Rescue at the collapsed Rana Plaza in Savar was formally declared closed as the government sealed the place after 20 days of search that saw 1,127 bodies recovered from the rubble. Many are still missing.
Rescue efforts combining fire fighters, members of public and security forces continued a brave and arduous effort without appropriate and sufficient equipment to save hundreds of trapped people from collapsed building in Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Bangladesh Krira Shiksha Protishthan, Bangladesh Sports Education Institute, is the national sports institute of Bangladesh. The Government-funded autonomous institute is located in Savar, near the Dhaka. Savar, Bangladesh. 2nd June 2011.
A eight-storey building in Bangladesh that collapsed outskirt on Dhaka at savar. Thousands killing and trapping or injuring many more may have housed workers, which is become country’s worst industrial disaster.
Rescuers have pulled out more people from under the debris almost 92 hours into the worst incident of building collapse in Bangladesh at Savar signalling that the search operation might continue longer.
At least 250 people, mostly female apparel workers, were killed and more than 1,000 injured after an eight-storey building housing five apparel units and a shopping mall collapsed on a bordering building at Savar.
At the disaster scene, where over 150 have been found dead, exhausted teams of soldiers, firemen and volunteers continued to work through the mountain of mangled concrete and steel for a third day to find survivors.
Located at Savar, this monument is the symbol of independence of the country, Bangladesh. The monument reminds of the sacrifice of millions. Their sacrifice gave Bangladesh an existence in the world. Savar, Bangladesh. 08/12/2010
Relatives could be seen anxiously watching trucks ferrying dead bodies from a factory inside a collapsed building in Savar, Bangladesh after nearly 270 people were confirmed dead and fears that more were unaccounted for.
The relatives of missing victims of Rana Plaza collapse staged a demonstration on the ruined site demanding the wages of missing workers and the death sentence for the building owner, at the nine-storey building collapse in Savar outskirts of Dhaka.
Corpses pulled out from the collapsed garment factory units are bundled into white body bags with little or no dignity, and then shoved onto a truck for dispatch to the mortuary. The 300 plus death toll is Bangladesh's worst industrial accident.
A woman is brought out in a stretcher from the collapsed Rana Plaza building which housed several garment factory units. The rescue operation has been criticised for it's slow pace and disorganisation. The death toll has exceeded 300 thus far.
Outraged by the deaths of fellow-workers in a disastrous building collapse in Savar, garment workers went on a rampage in the capital and Gazipur demanding the punishment of the garment factory owners responsible for the tragedy.
The Rana Plaza building collapse rescue work ends after 20 days in Savar, on the outskirts of Dhaka. The army which was conducting the rescue operation with fire fighters and local forces handed over rescue operation to locals administration.
After 20 days the Rana Plaza building collapse rescue work ends with prayers in the Savar outskirts of Dhaka. The army which was conducting the rescue operation with fire fighters and local workers handed over the operation to local administrations.
Desperate rescue goes into the fourth day in Savar while heavy machinery and equipment are not used yet as the rescuers are hopeful of finding more survivors. Over 350 people died and thousands are still missing.
Workers in Dhaka protest for the injuries in the Savar tragedy and demanding the punishment of the culprits. Police tried to stop them and clashes erupted. Workers have vandalised vehicles in Ashuliya, Hemayetpur area outskirts of the capital.
A court in Dhaka has ordered the interrogation of Sohel Rana, the owner of the Rana Plaza building which collapsed, under a 15-day police remand. He is accused of owning the building and killing at least 381 people, knowing it had faults.
Rescuers have started using heavy equipment to remove the wreckage of Rana Plaza as no more traces of life were detected under the concrete ruins 110 hours after the deadliest accident in the history of garment industry.
Army Rescue operation is going on in the 9th day of Savar Building Collapse. So far 429 dead bodies have been recovered. GOC of 9th infantry Major General Chowdhury Hasan Sarwardy has said that rescue work will continue until the last dead body is re
Dhaka building collapse survivors are living a very uncertain life. At least more than 500 people were killed and 2,500 peoples were rescued alive from the rubble of Rana Plaza. Many of the victims are critically injured, loosing hands and legs.
Rescuers in Bangladesh have warned that the final number of people killed in last week’s building collapse in the capital Dhaka could pass 500. Atleast morethan 400 people were killed and thousands are still missing.