A timeline of the search and rescue mission to find two missing workers in a quarry in L'Ã‰piphanie, Que.
Created by CBCNewsMontreal on Feb 3, 2013
Last updated: 02/04/13 at 02:44 PM
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Quebec's provincial police and the workplace health and safety board are investigating the company in charge of a gravel quarry where the bodies of two employees were buried in a landslide on Tuesday.
Crews find Marie-Claude Laporte's body in the rubble.
Daniel Brisebois, 54, was located around 12:20 p.m. on Feb. 2.
Four days after a landslide at a Quebec quarry, rescue crews recovered the body of a man and a woman from the rubble.
The recovery mission to find the bodies of two truck operators buried in a landslide at a quarry near L'Ã‰piphanie, Que., has been put on hold until Saturday morning because of concerns about another landslide.
Strong winds have forced crews to suspend their search at a quarry in L'Ã‰piphanie, Que., where two people are believed to have been buried underneath rubble for more than 48 hours.
Police say they will work night and day to find two workers presumed to be buried under rubble after a landslide at a quarry near l'Ã‰piphanie, Que., 50 kilometres north of Montreal.
BenoÃ®t Robert, who was rescued from the rubble, told reporters he "was lucky" to survive.
Quebec provincial police, working with police and firefighters from the nearby city of RÃ©pentigny and from Montreal, as well as provincial civil protection and workplace health and safety officials, soil engineers and other consultants, decided late that evening that conditions were simply too treacherous to risk continuing the search overnight.
Authorities will wait until Wednesday morning to resume the search for two workers presumed buried in the rubble following a landslide at a quarry near l'Ã‰piphanie, Que., 50 kilometres north of Montreal.
Emergency crews received calls from workers at the L'Ã‰piphanie quarry around 10:45 a.m.