Emergency workers in Germany's Bavarian Alps have recovered the bodies of two boys from a collapsed skating rink, raising the death toll from the disaster to 13.
The victims were found Wednesday, after workers resumed efforts to clear debris from the rink. It caved in Monday under the weight of heavy snow. Another two people - a woman and a child - are believed to be trapped under rubble, but officials say they are presumed dead.
Rescue work in the town of Bad Reichenhall was suspended for several hours Tuesday while crews propped up parts of the building that were in danger of falling. Prosecutors are considering whether to file criminal charges over the collapse.
Some information for this report was provided by AFP and Reuters.