2010 Phnom Penh Stampede
A stampede during the 2010 Khmer Water Festival in Cambodia killed 347 and injured over 750 people. Thousands of festival-goers had crowded onto a tiny spit of land in the Tonle Sap River, with people using a small bridge to both enter and exit the island. The exact cause of the stampede is unknown, but a crush started on both ends, with hundreds in the middle trampled and suffocated. Hundreds more were killed or injured by downed electrical wires, pulled down by panicking bridge-goers.