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>> Arrests were made Tuesday in connection with collapse of a dam in Brazil. Police detained three employees of Vale, the company which operated the dam, along with two other engineers. The collapse on Friday unleashed a torrents of mud that drowned buildings, homes, and killed at least 65 people in South Eastern Brazil.
A number expected to climb as rescue groups dig through mud to find the nearly 300 people still unaccounted for and likely dead. Here they can be seen uncovering a bus they presumed is filled with People.>>
> We got a helicopter now and they're going to the command sites to coordinate the arrival of the helicopter to recover the bodies.
>> And while Vale the world's largest iron minor has said it's doing all it can to help, like offering money to mourners, residents in the devastated town or angry. That's because four years ago, a similar tragedy unfolded just a few towns over, at a dam run by Vale, along with another company.
That disaster killed 19 people. Vale said on Twitter it was cooperating with investigators who aside from the arrest, issued seven search warrants on suspicion of murder, falsification of documents, and environmental crimes.