Firefighters working with a team of sniffer dogs have found a second body in the rubble of the olive oil factory - Industrias Oleícolas Sierra de Gata - in the town of Moraleja (Cáceres) which was destroyed by an enormous explosion yesterday.
The mayor of Moraleja, Pedro Caselles, has confirmed that the body is that of 88-year-old Alberto Lozano Fango, the former factory manager, who was paying his ex-colleagues a visit at the time of the explosion.
The search is still continuing for the third and final missing person.
Caselles has also confirmed the identity of the body found late yesterday afternoon - it was 58-year-old Valentín Parras Carrero, a married man with two daughters.
Apart from the two confirmed deaths and the other missing person, two others were injured in the blast, but neither is in a serious condition.
The explosion caused serious damage to the olive pressing factory, with the whole roof caving in under under the force of the blast. The rescue operation is expected to take at least another day as a result of the massive destruction.