The fire service say they “remain committed” to finding the missing demolition workers, after their families visited the site of the collapsed power station at Didcot.
Thames Valley Police said the families have spoken to Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service about the search operation, and were reassured that they would do everything possible to find their loved ones.
We remain committed and determined to return the missing people to their families, and work continues overnight.
We are working with structural engineers and demolition experts to establish a safe way of working on site.
In addition the military is supporting the search for the missing people. They will be using a mini remote control vehicle to assist with the search for survivors at the site.This provides us with enhanced capability and their equipment and expertise will be invaluable.
Police say they are working to find out how the building collapsed.
We are continuing to work with the Health and Safety Executive and all the emergency services to understand the cause of this incident
Frustrated families of those missing since the power station collapse two weeks ago say they are heartbroken that rescue work has halted.
A biker group in the North East has paid tribute to 'Whitby' Mick Collings, who is thought to have died in the power station collapse.
One person has died and three others are still missing after a building collapsed at Didcot Power Station yesterday.