Four people have been found alive by Italian Red Cross rescuers in Genoa after a busy motorway bridge collapsed.
Vehicles plunged 90 metres from the A10 highway bridge on 15 August when a section of the structure crumbled as traffic queued to cross.

At least 37 people are believed to have been killed, with more people missing. More than 70 rescuers are at the site as the search for survivors continues.

Food, water and psychological support is also being provided to 440 people. Italian Red Cross spokesperson Marcello De Angelis said: “The people we are supporting at the site are survivors, their families and those who were not able to get home.  We’re also providing support to emergency services’ staff who have been working throughout the night.’

Red Cross teams are expected to remain at the site for several days, with fresh teams from nearby branches on standby to deploy.

Photos: Italian Red Cross