The body of one firefighter is lifted from an underground car park, the roof of which collapsed and buried up to seven firefighters underneath it in the town of Gretzenbach between the cities of Basel and Zurich November 27, 2004. Construction experts, earthquake rescue specialists and other fire and rescue personnel raced against time to find the men who had been battling a fire in the residential car park when the roof caved in and trapped them in its rubble. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich  RS/ABP
RM2D4F76AThe body of one firefighter is lifted from an underground car park, the roof of which collapsed and buried up to seven firefighters underneath it in the town of Gretzenbach between the cities of Basel and Zurich November 27, 2004. Construction experts, earthquake rescue specialists and other fire and rescue personnel raced against time to find the men who had been battling a fire in the residential car park when the roof caved in and trapped them in its rubble. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich RS/ABP
The body of a firefighter is lifted from an underground car park, the roof of which collapsed and buried up to seven firefighters underneath it in the town of Gretzenbach between the cities of Basel and Zurich November 27, 2004. Seven Swiss fire-fighters were presumed dead on Saturday after they were trapped under the collapsed roof of a burning underground car park.'Of the seven persons, five have been located and show no signs of life, so we expect that they are dead,' chief fire inspector Paul Haus said. All seven were thought to have suffocated. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich  RS/ABP
RM2D4EN5HThe body of a firefighter is lifted from an underground car park, the roof of which collapsed and buried up to seven firefighters underneath it in the town of Gretzenbach between the cities of Basel and Zurich November 27, 2004. Seven Swiss fire-fighters were presumed dead on Saturday after they were trapped under the collapsed roof of a burning underground car park.'Of the seven persons, five have been located and show no signs of life, so we expect that they are dead,' chief fire inspector Paul Haus said. All seven were thought to have suffocated. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich RS/ABP
The body of a firefighter is lifted from an underground car park, the roof of which collapsed and buried up to seven firefighters underneath it in the town of Gretzenbach between the cities of Basel and Zurich November 27, 2004. Seven Swiss fire-fighters were presumed dead on Saturday after they were trapped under the collapsed roof of a burning underground car park.'Of the seven persons, five have been located and show no signs of life, so we expect that they are dead,' chief fire inspector Paul Haus said. All seven were thought to have suffocated. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich  RS/ABP
RM2D4D6FYThe body of a firefighter is lifted from an underground car park, the roof of which collapsed and buried up to seven firefighters underneath it in the town of Gretzenbach between the cities of Basel and Zurich November 27, 2004. Seven Swiss fire-fighters were presumed dead on Saturday after they were trapped under the collapsed roof of a burning underground car park.'Of the seven persons, five have been located and show no signs of life, so we expect that they are dead,' chief fire inspector Paul Haus said. All seven were thought to have suffocated. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich RS/ABP