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Rescuers work through the night after building collapse

(ROUGH CUT ONLY - NO REPORTER NARRATION) Firefighters and troops dug frantically through the rubble long into the night on Wednesday (April 24) as they tried to rescue people from a building that collapsed, killing 147 people and wounding thousands. The eight-storey building housed shops and five garment factories -- which employed mostly women -- and shops. It was located in Savar, 30 km (20 miles) outside Dhaka. Mohammad Asaduzzaman, who was in charge of the area's police station, said factory owners appeared to have ignored a warning not to allow their workers into the building after a crack was detected in the block on Tuesday (April 23). Two survivors trapped for more than ten hours in the collapsed building said factory managers told them the building was safe as they arrived for work. Halima Khatoon and Ria Begum were lucky to escape. Still under shock, but already angry at the factory owners who, they said, put their lives at risk. "We did no

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