Genoa — The death toll of Genoa’s bridge collapse rose to 43 on Sunday as rescuers said they had found the remains believed to be of a missing family, a day after Italy held a funeral for the victims. Firefighters discovered the three bodies, reported to be those of a couple and their nine-year-old daughter, overnight inside a car extracted from the rubble of the viaduct. The findings mean that all those reported missing after Tuesday’s tragedy have now been accounted for, although rescuers said they would continue combing the wreckage. "The bodies of the final three missing people were found overnight," Italy’s fire service said on Twitter on Sunday. "The fire service is continuing its inspection of the area in order to rule out the eventual presence of people not reported missing." The announcement followed the discovery on Saturday of the body of a labourer in his 30s in the rubble and the death of another man in hospital. The disaster has caused public outrage and unleashed a fi...

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