More human remains found
Human remains have been unearthed again from the rubble of Rana Plaza in Savar yesterday.
This time at least 13 human bones, including three chest bones, three leg bones and three finger bones, were recovered by street urchins scavenging the debris of the collapsed building. This is the fifth time that human remains have been found in just two weeks.
Md Khalid Khan, sub-inspector of Savar Model Police Station, said “We have collected the bones and will take necessary steps after holding discussion with higher-ups.”
On Thursday, at least 20 human bones and a broken skull were found in the rubble of Rana Plaza.
On December 13, four street boys found some skeletal remains for the first time. More remains were discovered on Sunday and Monday.
The nine-storey Rana Plaza collapsed on April 24, killing at least 1,134 people and injuring and maiming several hundred.
According to the army, which led the rescue, 159 victims are still unidentified or missing.