Weather Claims Four More Victims in BulgariaIncidents | March 16, 2015, Monday // 14:49| views
The district directorate of Bulgaria's Interior Ministry announced that the police in Kyustendil found the bodies of two men and a woman, who had been declared missing.
The corpses of 80-year-old man from Pernik and his 40-year-old son were found in the vicinity of the village of Dozhdevitsa, daily Sega reports.
The two of them have been missing since March 8 and the search for them started after a signal was submitted.
The bodies of the two men, who were headed from Pernik to Dozhdevitsa by train, were found on the road leading from the train station to the neighbourhood of Gramage.
Following the inspection of the corpses, the police found no traces of violence, pointing to freezing as the likely cause of their deaths.
The body of the 76-year-old woman, who had been declared missing on March 12, was found in the vicinity of the village of Piperkov Chiflik.
Similarly, no traces of violence have been found on her body.
Meanwhile, the body of a 65-year-old man was found near the village of Bezvodno in the district of Kardzhali, the Bulgarian National Radio reports.
According to suggestions, he was headed from one of the neighbourhoods to the other, when he fell in the snow.
Bezvodno has been isolated from the rest of the world for the last four days after a landslide blocked the only road leading into the village.
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