Bangladesh Factory Owners Surrender

    Bangladeshi relatives of garment worker Mohammed Abdullah cry as they as they arrive to collect his body at a makeshift morgue in a schoolyard near a building that collapsed Wednesday in Savar, near Dhaka, Bangladesh, Saturday, April 27, 2013. Police in Bangladesh arrested two owners of a garment factory in a shoddily-constructed building that collapsed this week, killing hundreds of people, as protests spread to a second city Saturday with hundreds of people throwing stones and setting fire to vehicles. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)

    Relatives of building collapse victim on Saturday in Dhaka. (Kevin Frayer/AP)

    The owners of a Bangladesh garment factory that collapsed Wednesday—killing at least 336 people and wounding upwards of 1000—surrendered to police on Saturday. Mahbubur Rahman Tapas and Balzul Samad Adnan—the two men who owned the building—allegedly forced staff to work there even after being warned of dangerous visible cracks in the eight-story structure. They now stand accused of "death due to negligence." As the number of dead continues to rise, rescue workers are frantically searching for survivors among the rubble. At least 600 of the 3,000 total workers are still missing. 

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