On Saturday morning, nine people were still missing after the landslide at Ask in Gjerdrum that took place on Wednesday.
They hope the autopsy and identity will be clarified on Saturday.
The ground crews finished work in the landslide area around 5:00 PM on Friday when it got dark, and work will resume as soon as the light allows on Saturday morning.
In the meantime, drones and heat-seeking cameras have been supporting the search efforts, but the police have nothing new to say on Saturday morning.
“Last night, the area was only monitored from the air,” operations manager Gisle Sveen in the Eastern Police District told news bureau NTB.
At the police’s last press conference on Friday night, the police made it clear that they were still looking for survivors.
“Our starting point is that it is still possible to find living people in the landslide area,” Dag André Sylju said.
© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today