Rescue workers in Taiwan have recovered all the remains of the victims of the recent earthquake.
The final remains were pulled Saturday from a flattened a 17-story apartment building in Tainan, a city of 2 million residents.
Officials say 116 people died in the 6.4-magnitude quake. Most of the victims died in The Wei-guan, the collapsed apartment building. The developer of the building and two other men associated with the structure have been arrested.
Social-media posts and news reports said the February 6 earthquake recalled a disastrous earthquake that killed thousands of people in September 1999. That quake, one of the strongest to hit Taiwan during the 20th century, had a magnitude of 7.7.
Tainan is the base of operations for high-tech companies, including the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), the world’s largest contract chipmaker.
A spokeswoman at TSMC said the quake damaged the company's facilities in Tainan. The company is a major supplier to global smartphone makers, including Apple. The quake also caused widespread problems on Taiwan’s high-speed rail network, stranding many passengers.
Quake-prone Taiwan is in a highly active seismic zone known as the "Pacific Ring of Fire," and more than 50 fault lines pass through the island.