ELLIOT LAKE, Ontario (AP) - Officials have recovered two bodies after starting to dismantle a partially collapsed Ontario mall. The renewed rescue effort came after angry residents shouted down fears that the unstable structure made the work too risky to continue.
Bill Neadles, a spokesman for the Toronto-based Heavy Urban Search and Rescue team, said Wednesday a second victim is being removed.
Neadles says they don't believe other victims are inside.
Rescuers had not detected signs of life after hearing breathing inside the rubble early Monday, nearly two days after Saturday's collapse.
The search and rescue work resumed at the Algo Centre Mall in Elliot Lake late Tuesday after a day of protests by residents and urging from Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty.
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