Jan. 4 (UPI) — Authorities in Norway stated they’ve found seven our bodies throughout a search and rescue operation that was launched in southern Gjerdrum following a landslide final week.

Police activity chief Bjorn Christian Willersrud instructed reporters throughout a press convention {that a} seventh physique from the landslide was found at about 5:30 p.m. Sunday.

“The particular person was confirmed useless on the spot,” Willersrud stated, including the unidentified sufferer was discovered because of the cooperation between the police, police canine and City Search and Rescue crews.

“We’re nonetheless in lively seek for survivors and can proceed the search all through the night and evening,” Willersrud stated.

A minimum of three others have been nonetheless lacking late Sunday after the landslide on Wednesday torn via the Ask group north of Oslo.

Following the catastrophe, 4 our bodies have been found by Saturday and one other three on Sunday, authorities stated, with 5 of the victims having been recognized, together with a 40-year-old man and his 2-year-old daughter, BBC reported.