The owner of a factory building that collapsed in Dhaka, Bangladesh is currently being held after trying to flee Wednesday, according to multple news sources.
Mohammad Sohel Rana was arrested at the border of India, according to the BBC News. The BBC News reported that rescuers are still racing to pull out survivors from the rubbles of the factory.
Bangladesh News reported that Rana was trying to escape the country. Bangladesh News also reported that the Prime Minister ordered the arrest of Rana herself.
Bangladesh News reported that Rana had known about the cracks in the walls but dismissed it a not a serious issues the day before.
BBC News reported that there is widespread anger as three factory owners and two engineers have been arrested. BBC News also reported that the death toll is at 377 people, but hundreds more are missing.
According to the BBC, there is a reported roughly 3,000 working in building when it collapsed and about 2,430 are known to have survived.
Bangladesh News reported that has been described as "the worst industrial disaster in the history of Bangladesh."