Fire Erupts During Desperate Rescue In Bangladesh

Rescue efforts at rubble site now suspended due to massive fires ignited by torches.
1:21 | 04/28/13

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Two major developments after that massive building collapse -- rescue efforts have now been suspended because of fires ignited during the rescue effort. Plus we've learned a special military forces have captured the man who -- the factory that collapsed. Nearly 400 people died ABC's Mohammed -- again tonight. Deep underneath this rubble -- on the -- of cameras a fighter was raging. Set off by rescuers using torches to cut through twisted metal. After five days of police survivors out of the wreckage rescuers had to stop. The setback came as the country's most wanted -- fugitive factory owner Mohamed so he'll run up. Is finally behind bars. An elite commando unit captured him along the border trying to escape into neighboring India. The worst building collapse in the country's history. As coffins -- hospital hallways the death total is now staggering. More than 375. Dead hundreds more still missing. This in a country where many factory workers make just 38 dollars a month. Today war protests workers forming -- -- Cheney accusing the government of not doing enough to rescue survivors. It's not clear when the rescue -- will resume and with each passing minute -- time is running out.

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