Three more mainland tourists were confirmed dead Saturday afternoon in the earthquake in Taiwan’s Hualien County, bringing the death toll to 15.
Their bodies, identified as a male, a female and a child, were found in the ruins of a 12-story building in Hualien, according to Taiwan’s fire fighting authority.
Two mainland tourists from the same family as Saturday’s victims are still missing.
The 15 victims include seven from Chinese mainland, five from Taiwan, one from thePhilippines and two from Canada. More than 270 people were also injured in the magnitude 6.5 earthquake which jolted waters near Hualien late Tuesday night.