Search and RescueTragic Aftermath of Building Collapse in Bangladesh04.24.13Search and RescueTragic Aftermath of Building Collapse in BangladeshAn eight-story building housing five garment factories collapsed in Savar, Bangladesh, killing more than 120. See photos. 04.24.13 8:38 PM ETA.M. Ahad/APOn Wednesday, an eight-story building housing five garment factories and 2,500 workers collapsed in Savar, Bangladesh, killing more than 120 and trapping an unknown more in the concrete and rubble. In the aftermath, desperate rescuers hacked through the debris with earthmovers, drilling machines, and their bare hands in attempt to find survivors, while devastated relatives came to seek their loved ones among the rubble and rows of dead. A.M. Ahad/APRescuers carry a survivor out from the debris of a building that collapsed. A.M. Ahad/APRescue workers and locals join in the effort to search for survivors. Munir uz ZAMAN/AFP/GettyBangladeshi relatives stand around dead bodies pulled from the site of a massive building collapse. A.M. Ahad Two family members tearfully mourn a victim of the disaster. A.M. Ahad/APHundreds gather to watch and lend a hand to the rescue efforts at the site of the collapse. Munir uz ZAMAN/AFP/GettyIn a scene resembling an earthquake's aftermath, civilian volunteers pick through the rubble in search of survivors. Munir uz ZAMAN/AFP/Getty Victim's bodies are inspected by relatives seeking their loved ones among the ruins. Munir uz ZAMAN/AFP/GettyA young man cries in anguish after seeing a relative in the rows of dead bodies.