Bangladesh has indicted 41 people for the 1,130 deaths associated with a garment factory collapse. On April 24, 2013, a structural failure caused the collapse of an eight-story commercial building in Rana Plaza, Bangladesh. The search for the dead ended on May 13, 2013, with a death toll of 1,130. Approximately 2,500 injured people were rescued from the building alive. It is considered the deadliest garment-factory accident in history, as well as the deadliest accidental structural failure in modern human history. The building’s owner, Masud Rana and 40 others are now facing murder charges. Investigators initially said those accused of wrongdoing would be charged with culpable homicide, but they later amended the charges due to the gravity of the accident.
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