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Dhaka, April 27 (IANS)
More than 84 hours after the horrendous tragedy, Bangladeshi rescuers Saturday pulled 29 more people alive from beneath the rubble of the collapsed building that has left 352 people dead so far...
Rescuers reportedly came come up with a list of 761 people who are still unaccounted for.
Rescue workers pulled another 29 people to safety on Saturday after locating another 40 deep under rubble. More than 3,000 workers may have been inside the building when it collapsed and police believe as many as 900 are still missing.
Pray for the dead and fight like hell for living.
One might wonder how Mary Jones, wife and mother of four, could go on living after her husband and four little child all died in terrible yellow fever epidemic in Memphis during the month of October 1867. Perhaps the quote above gives us a clue.
There are workers still alive who will have to go back to work in the garment factories of Bangladesh. Let us continue to fight for their right not to loose their lives while trying to make a living.
Originally posted to JayRaye on Sat Apr 27, 2013 at 11:41 AM PDT.