Two days after the massive fire that hit Rio de Janeiro’s National Museum, the Brazilian government has launched measures aiming to rebuild it.
The fire at the National Museum of Rio de Janeiro was put out around 3 p.m on Monday (Sept. 3). The firefighters, however, remained on the scene searching for hot embers and pockets of fire.
Firefighters early on Tuesday morning (May 8) located the second dead body of a victim under the rubble of the Wilton Paes de Almeida building, which collapsed after a fire in downtown São Paulo. The corpse was carbonized and seemed to be that of a child.