MARSEILLE, France — The Latest on two collapsed buildings in southern France (all times local):
A French prosecutor says rescuers have found a fourth body in the ruins of two buildings that collapsed in the southern city of Marseille as a search through mounds of debris continues.
Marseille prosecutor Xavier Tabareux said the body of a woman was recovered after three other dead people were found in the rubble earlier Tuesday: two men and another woman.
Authorities have not disclosed the identities of the victims. Several other people remain missing.
Dozens of police officers and firefighters have worked to nonstop since the buildings collapsed Monday.
Firefighters in the southern French city of Marseille say they have found a third body in the ruins of two buildings that collapsed a day ago as the rescue operation continues.
A spokesman for the Marseille Firefighters told The Associated Press on Tuesday that a man's body was recovered, in addition to the bodies of another man and a woman they found earlier. Several others remain missing.
Dozens of police officers and firefighters have been working overnight in a rescue effort since the buildings collapsed on Monday.
Firefighters in the southern French city of Marseille say they have found a second body in the ruins of two collapsed buildings.
A spokesman for the Marseille Firefighters told The Associated Press Tuesday that a female body had been recovered from the debris of the buildings, which collapsed a day ago.
The announcement brings the death toll to at least two. Several others remain missing.
Interior Minister Christophe Castaner, who arrived at the site Tuesday, said "air pockets" under the debris meant there's "hope to locate and find someone that can be saved."
Castaner said 120 police officers and 80 firefighters took part in the rescue effort, working through the night in the pile of beams and rubble.
French rescue crews who labored through the night say they've found the body of a man in the ruins of two buildings that collapsed in a pile of beams and rubble in the southern city of Marseille.
The discovery was confirmed Tuesday morning by the city's fire brigade on its Twitter feed .
Authorities fear other people may also be trapped in the ruins.
The two buildings, one vacant and the other housing apartments, collapsed Monday morning. Fire crews working with sniffer dogs later brought down the remains of a third building they feared could topple over on them.