The death toll has risen to five in the collapse of two dilapidated apartment buildings in the southern French city of Marseille, with the pre-dawn discovery of a man's body.
The two buildings, one condemned as substandard and seemingly empty, the other containing apartments, collapsed on Monday.
Fire crews deliberately brought down an adjacent third building that was also in danger of collapse.
The fire service says the site remains dangerous.
The collapse has provoked soul-searching and criticism about the parlous state of some housing in Marseille, France's second-largest city.
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