Status: 02.01.2021 3:15 p.m.
Norwegian rescue workers found a second fatality after the landslide. One still hopes to track down survivors, emphasized the chief of operations of the police.
Rescue workers found a second body three days after a landslide in Norway. This was announced by police chief Roy Alkvist at a press conference convened at short notice. Several people are still missing. One still hopes to find survivors, said Alkvist.
At times, drones and thermal imaging cameras were used in the search. The emergency services are often out and about on foot.
Nine houses collapsed
On Friday, the emergency services found the first body. The police have so far not provided any information on the sex or age of the victims.
The landslide occurred on Wednesday in Ask in the municipality of Gjerdrum around 40 kilometers northeast of Oslo. It expanded to a length of about 700 meters and a width of 300 meters. Nine houses collapsed as a result of the exit. Around 1000 people were brought to safety.
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