"Survivors are unlikely to find," says firefighters over collapsed building
Corporation uses heavy machinery to remove rubble from building and search for missing on Thursday morning (3)
Building collapsed after fire on Tuesday (1 °) in SPFabio Vieira / Estadão ContentsAfter more than 53 hours since the tragedy that toppled the Wilton Paes de Almeida building, Fire Department lieutenant Guilherme Derrit said around 10.30 am on Thursday that it is "unlikely" to find victims alive.At around 3am on Thursday, when the tragedy was 48 hours old, heavy machinery was used to remove debris from the building and search for the missing.Two backhoes have removed heavy material such as twisted iron from the early hours of the morning.During the work of the machines, which open access for sniffer dogs to search for victims, men in orange helmets on the ground observe objects among the rubble.If a different object is located in the middle of the material, the firefighter asks to stop the work of the machines."The firefighter believes in the possibility, but we use the word unlikely, not impossible. It's unlikely because of the fire. It was a very tall buil...
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