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Trapped garment worker rescued from rubble of collapsed factory building after three days


Rescue workers pull a garment worker from the rubble of the collapsed Rana Plaza building, in Savar, 19 miles outside Dhaka, on April 27, 2013.

Reuters reports:

Distraught family members gathered at the sight of the collapsed building looking for information. ITV's Paul Davies reports. 

DHAKA, Bangladesh -- Two factory bosses and two engineers were arrested in Bangladesh on Saturday, three days after the collapse of a building where low-cost garments were made for Western brands, as the death toll rose to 341 but many were still being found alive. As many as 900 people could still be missing, police said.

The owner of the eight-story building that fell around more than 3,000 workers is still on the run. Police said several of his relatives have been detained to compel him to hand himself in, and an alert had gone out to airport and border authorities to prevent him from fleeing the country.

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Rescue workers attempt to rescue the garment workers from the rubble of the collapsed Rana Plaza building on Saturday

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