About 40 people remain missing a day after a runaway train derailed in Quebec, igniting several fires that destroyed a city centre and killed five people.
Officials are warning the death toll will rise and there are fears further explosions may occur as two carriages filled with petrol have not ignited, as yet.
Only a small part of the devastated areas have been searched as fire fighters are focusing on ensuring the fires are out.
A coroner's spokeswoman said it may not be possible to recover some of the bodies because of the intensity of the blasts.
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