London -- A British fire chief has reported that it is "highly unlikely" that the three people still missing at the Didcot Power Station are alive.
Dave Etheridge, chief fire officer, reported that rescue workers "have not picked up any signs of life" in the rubble from the fallen Didcot Power Plant. He added, "It is highly unlikely they are alive."
One person has been confirmed dead. Five others were rescued, but hospitalized.
The facility is an old coal and oil fueled plant. It has been closed since 2013 and was in the process of being demolished.
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