Rescue workers have pulled out at least six people alive, including two children, two days after a hotel in central Italy was struck by an avalanche. More than 30 people were believed to be trapped.
Emergency crews in Italy have rescued four more people from a hotel which was destroyed by an avalanche on Wednesday. In total, 11 people have been located alive but the whereabouts of many more remain unknown.
Local media has reported that rescuers have found 10 people alive in the Italian hotel hit by an avalanche on Wednesday. Rescue teams are mobilizing to pull them out from the snow.
At least 14 people have been confirmed dead after last week's avalanche on Gran Sasso mountain. According to Italian officials, 15 guests and staff members remain missing in the Rigopiano hotel.
Dramatic footage showed a mother and her son being pulled out of a narrow hole in the snow from the Rigopiano hotel in central Italy. Her six-year-old daughter was still trapped inside.
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