Victims of Bangladesh fire that killed 112 want their old jobs back – #desperate

Victims of Bangladesh fire that killed 112 want their old jobs back: DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) – As 112 of her co-workers died in a garment-factory fire, Dipa Akter got out by jumping from the third floor through a hole made by breaking apart an exhaust fan. Her left leg is wrapped in bandages and she has trouble walking. Now she wants back in. “If the factory owner reopens the factory sometime soon, we will work again here,” the 19-year-old said. “If it’s closed for long, we have to think of alternatives.”

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No action over incident that left teenage apprentice trapped in museum farm equipment for four hours – – Eastern Daily Press

No action over incident that left teenage apprentice trapped in museum farm equipment for four hours – News – Eastern Daily Press: The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) will take no further action over an incident that left a teenage apprentice trapped in farm machinery at a rural life museum for four hours.

The 19 year old, who was on a lottery-funded project to help preserve traditional rural skills, has not yet returned to work at the Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse, near Dereham, after firefighters cut him out of the tractor equipment on October 18.

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