New York Official; 2 Found Dead In Rubble Said To Be Missing Men
New York: Two missing men dead bodies discovered in wreckage from the Manhattan apartment building which collapse three days ago. The residents of the area told media, it said to be that gas explosion became the cause of enormous fire which destroyed buildings’ parts.
The searches of two missing men were being done by the authorities since Thursday explosion wherein more than 20 people were wounded as well as four of the wounds are in serious condition.
According to latest world news someone may have performed irresponsible behavior while using the kitchen in this building that is why incident occurred.
The security forces believed to be that these missing men were inside a ground floor sushi restaurant when incident occurred, revealed by the two workers of the restaurant, first one Nicholas Figueroa, 23, a bowling alley worker and second one Moises Lucon, 26 both were there at the time.
On Sunday afternoon, the rescue discovered two dead bodies from rubble of building and searches are being done to find out other, Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro told media. He further said those missing men were wanted– they have been discovered from the wreckage of the building.
The officials have informed these two dead men’s families. Daniel Nigro further stated that the workers have removed more than 9,999 cubic yards of the wreckage but their work is going until debris not finish.
The bodies were identified positively by the medical examiner but the security officials declined to announce their names. Figueroa family spokesman reported media at office of city Medical Examiner while confirming dead bodies were pulled out from the wreckage.
The rescue work searched bodies while using the search dogs in three apartment buildings and work to remove the rubble is being done.