Building collapses in Bangladesh, 14 bodies found

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June 2, 2010 10:39

 
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DHAKA, Bangladesh— A four-story apartment building collapsed in Bangladesh's capital and its debris buried some nearby shanties, killing at least 14 people and leaving several others trapped, authorities said Wednesday.

"We see more people crushed under the debris," Fire official Abdus Salam told The Associated Press from the site of the accident in Dhaka's central Tejgaon district. "So the death toll is likely to go up."

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