The bodies of two workers who died after an explosion on the former SSI site in South Bank have been recovered by the emergency services.
They died in an incident last Thursday afternoon when a series of explosions took place at the former coke ovens.
It's believed the workers were operating a cherry picker as part of demolition works at the time of the explosion, which was described as a "massive fireball".
Their bodies have now been returned to their families, who are being supported by specially trained officers.
Emergency services remain on the site and are warning there may be more flames and smoke in the coming days. There were reports of further explosions over the weekend.
The site is part of the South Tees Development Corporation area, which includes the former SSI steelworks.
It is now owned by the South Tees Development Corporation, which is chaired by the Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen. He has said,