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When the fire alarms went off workers were told by their bosses to get back to their sewing machine -- out.
The next moment flames of fire -- -- everybody.
Everyone how can we deal it.
By the time to clean up from Saturday night's massive carving factory fire began at least 112 people lost their lives.
Bangladeshi government unable to identified many of the victims because they were burned beyond recognition -- -- exit door was locked in fire extinguishers didn't work.
Not only people dying hard workers like us this is not -- 151000 workers protesting Monday just blocks from the -- -- building demanding justice for the victims and improved safety conditions Tuesday designated day of national mourning.
The factory had apparently been making clothes for retail giant Wal-Mart without its knowledge Wal-Mart -- supplier subcontracted work to the factory they say in direct violation of their policies Wal-Mart distancing itself Monday saying quote.
We've been working across the apparel industry to improve fire safety education and training in Bangladesh.
Labor leaders hope outreach over the latest disaster will prompt change Bangladesh has some 4000 garment factory.
They are among the lowest paid in the world entry level workers make -- government mandated minimum wage of about 37 dollars a month.
The country earns about twenty billion dollars each year from exports of garments mainly to the United States and Europe in New York Chris -- Fox News.
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