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>> Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras meets survivors of the wildfire that killed 91 people. Monday's visit was his first to the stricken town of Mati. He's in damage limitation mode after coming under attack for his government's handling of the disaster. Tsipras said he has taken full political responsibility, and promised changes, including a crack down on illegal and haphazard construction, which may have worsened the fire.
The Coast Guard found another body in the sea on Monday, and residents are still trying to salvage what they can. This survivor released dramatic footage of his escape from the blaze. The animal lover had gone outside to see what he could rescue of his menagerie, but found himself locked out.
>> Complete horror, and I can't believe that it took a lifetime to build this, and within ten minutes, nothing was left. It's unbelievable. It didn't even take ten minutes. Not even in a war, not even in a war, would there be such destruction.>> Greece's deadly fire began a week ago in the coastal resort, which is 17 miles east of Athens.
25 people are still missing, and 28 bodies have yet to be identified.