Firefighters have heard creaking noises coming from the damaged bridge and more checks are being carried out.
“| tell my parents that at least we do not have to cry for the dead … the bricks can be put back,” said one of the evacuees, Barbara Oneto.
Forty three people died when a section of the bridge collapsed but the governor of Liguria ruled out any more risk to life.
“No-one is living under that bridge anymore therefore people are safe at this stage,” Giovanni Toti said.
The company responisible for the bridge has set up a fund worth millions of euros to help the victim’s families.
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