STRDEL/AFP/GettyPhotosWoman Rescued From Rubble 17 Days After Bangladesh Factory Collapse (PHOTOS)More than two weeks after a garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh—killing upwards of 1,000—rescuers pulled a living woman from the rubble. See photos of the remarkable rescue. 05.10.13 8:43 AM ETSTRDEL/AFP/GettySTRDEL/AFP/Getty More than two weeks after a garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh—killing upwards of 1,000—rescuers pulled a living woman from the rubble. See photos of the remarkable rescue. Stringer/Reuters, via Landov Rescuers pulled the woman, identified by Bangladeshi media only as Reshma, on Friday, astonishing workmen who had been searching for bodies of victims of a disaster that has killed more than 1,000 people. Somoy TV via AP Video/AP The amazing rescue took place Friday as the death toll from the disaster raced past 1,000, making it one of the worst industrial tragedies in history. Stringer/Reuters, via Landov Reshma after spent more than two weeks trapped under the rubble. Parvez Ahmad Rony/AP Soldiers at the site described her as being in remarkably good shape despite her ordeal. STRDEL/AFP/Getty Elsewhere, bodies were found in the ruins of a stairwell where victims had sought shelter. STRDEL/AFP/Getty The collapse, and the fire that took place at a sweater factory in Dhaka earlier this week, highlight the increasing concerns about the dangerous conditions for garment workers, an industry that brings in $20 billion for the small South Asian nation by providing clothing at a low cost to retailers worldwide.