The last body is found and there are already 128 dead in northeast Brazil

A trained rescue dog located the body among the rubble and mud that buried the house where the woman and other people lived in Jardim Monte Verde, a humble neighborhood in the municipality of Jaboatão dos Guararapes and bordering Recife, the capital of the Brazilian State of Pernambuco.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The body of the last person who was missing due to landslides and floods in the northeastern Brazilian State of Pernambuco was located this Friday, June 3, just as the rains intensified again and keep that region of the country on alert.

In the midst of incessant rain, which returned with force in the early hours of this Friday, relief agencies found the body of Mercia Josefa Nascimento, 43 years old; she was the only person who was missing, so the number of fatalities from the tragedy was closed, so far, at 128.

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