Another body found in rubble of Paris bakery blast
One of the four victims who died in a gas explosion in Paris has been named today as the death toll rose to four when a second woman was pulled from the rubble.
Two firefighters and a Spanish tourist were killed in the massive blast gutted part of a building, injured dozens more people and badly damaged nearby apartments.
The fourth victim was a missing woman found under by rescuers last night under the damaged buildings.
Another woman, a Spanish national, has been named today as mother-of-three, Laura Sanz Nombela.
The 38-year-old supermarket worker was on a romantic break with her husband Luis Miguel and was staying at a hotel opposite the bakery where a suspected gas leak caused a deadly explosion that claimed the lives of four people.