Italian firefighters search the debris of a collapsed factory in Mirandola, northern Italy, Tuesday, May 29, 2012 (AP/Marco Vasini)
MIRANDOLA, Italy (AP) - Rescue crews have removed the last body of a worker buried beneath a collapsed factory, bringing the toll in the second deadly quake to hit Italy's Emilia region to 17.
Tuesday's magnitude 5.8 temblor felled old buildings and new factories and warehouses in a swath of Italy north of Bologna that was still recovering from a stronger quake 9 days before. That quake measured 6.0 and killed seven, mostly workers.
Crews on Wednesday pulled the last body from the rubble of a factory in the town of Medolla. Three others also died in the structure. Civil Protection authorities in Rome say no one else is known missing.