Rescuers scour mangled heap after Bangladesh building collapse kills 204


April 25, 2013 — Updated 1411 GMT (2211 HKT) People rescue garment workers trapped at an eight-story building outside Dhaka, Bangladesh, on Thursday, April 25, after it collapsed the day before and killed more than 200 people. Authorities fear many others remain trapped in the ruins of the building, which housed garment factories and shops, the national news agency reported. A Bangladeshi woman shows a picture of her missing daughter-in-law she believes is trapped in the collapsed building on April 25. Bangladeshi firefighters carry the body of a dead garment worker on April 25. More than 1,000 people have been injured and an unknown number — some dead, others still alive — remain buried…

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