Death toll rises to nine in Italy glacier collapse
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The number of people killed in an avalanche in the Italian Dolomites rose to nine on Wednesday following the discovery of two more bodies, authorities said.
"The number of confirmed victims is nine, president of the northern autonomous province of Trentino, Maurizio Fugatti, told reporters.
Three others were still missing, he said on Twitter, adding that the search was continuing with the use of drones.
The avalanche struck one day after a record-high temperature of 10 degrees Celsius (50 degrees Fahrenheit) was recorded at the summit of Marmolada, the highest mountain in the Italian Dolomites.