The dome of a Turkish mosque collapsed, killing one worker and injuring nine others.
The dome of the mosque was under construction, built at an industrial area in the town of Acigol, in central Turkey.
10 workers were trapped under a pile of iron after the dome toppled down.
Nine of the workers were rescued with injuries, however one other was pulled out dead.
The cause of the incident is currently under investigation.
Tough safety codes were brought in and approved in 1999, when the earthquake that shattered that western Turkey year killed 18,000 people and caused intense criticism over the bad quality construction.
But unfortunately, little change has taken place regarding how buildings are made, prompting Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to blame poorly-made construction for the high death toll of October’s earthquakes.
Mr Erdogan also added that his country has not learned the lessons from its past disasters.