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the scorched remains of a rubber shoe factory in the philippine capital manila a deadly explosion ripping through the two story building on wednesday killing at least seventy two people firefighters combing the wreckage with a reported twelve work is still missing royce's manila bureau chief rosemarie francisco is following the story divisional record doing welding works , at the main entrance of the factory and sparks flew on that welding machine hit are flammable chemicals story %HESITATION very near the entrance they are investigating whether it was really an accident or if it was arson but most officials are saying it was an accident authorities say most of the victims died of suffocation and charges will be pressed against the owner and operator of the plots because of the deaths , safety standards are questionable at many of manila's folder factories , he believes they are that they are an inspector and %HESITATION make it appear that that they've complied outside the plog relatives queue up to try and identify the bodies of their loved ones looked a little was i thought i was hoping that if i saw the bodies i would be able to recognize , i saw the remains i couldn't , no parent could recognize their child from these burnt skeletons , one worker if you jump from a second floor window tells reuters it was chaos when the fire broke out with everyone inside in a state of panic with around a dozen people still missing and no sign , a silver hoping that others were also able to escape