At least 343 garments workers have been found dead till 1:00Am Saturday and thousands others injured as an 8-storied building--Rana Plaza--collapsed in Savar bus stand area of Dhaka on Wednesday morning.
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The death toll from the horrific building crash in Savar climbed to 254 with the recovery of more bodies on Thursday, as many more are still believed to have remained trapped.
Rana Plaza is now a mountain of jumbled concrete debris. Concrete pillars of every shape dangle precariously, ready to snap and crash down. Close to the top just under a bundle of cloth lies the half-buried body of a woman. A huge pillar lies across her. Her blood-spattered hair has grown stiff.