"I called but nobody heard me. I heard noises, but nobody listened to me."
Bangladeshi rescuers carry garment worker Reshma from the rubble of a collapsed building in Savar on May 10, 2013, seventeen days after an eight-storey building collapsed. "I called but nobody heard me. I heard noises, but nobody listened to me."
But when a rescue worker finally heard her faint cries 17 days after the collapse of her factory, Reshma became an instant heroine, a ray of hope for a nation numbed by one of world's worst industrial disasters.
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