The accident happened last Sunday and since then rescue teams have been using dogs and drones to find the remains.
Rescue teams in the north Ital found the tenth body of the 11 missing climbers on the Marmolada glacier in the province of Trento. A deadly avalanche hit the group last Sunday, and since then the team has been using dogs and drones to retrieve remains from the wreckage. Six of the ten bodies have been identified, two of them are Czech citizens. The government said the avalanche of ice and rocks hit the victims violently, causing bodily harm. Experts believe that the landslide was caused by global warming, which contributed to the cleavage in the country. The glacier is famous among climbers.