A Bangladeshi seamstress trapped in the rubble for 17 days after the country's garment factory disaster in April emerged from hospital Thursday, saying she felt "great" and was looking forward to a new job at a luxury hotel.
Bangladeshi garment worker Reshma, who survived for 17 days in the rubble of a collapsed factory building, is shown recovering in hospital in Savar on May 13, 2013. She has fully recovered left hospital on Thursday, the army says.
Reshma, 18, who became a national heroine after the tragedy which claimed more than 1,100 lives, was in good spirits and looked healthy at a ceremony at the military facility where she was admitted on May 10.
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