I felt truly sorry for the victims, and most of them were elderly people who are supposed to have had a nice trip.”
“I burst into tears when I dealt with the body. When I placed the girl on a workbench, I could hardly control the shaking ofmy hands. I felt truly sorry for the victims, and mostofthemwereelderly people who are supposed to have had a nice trip,” Chen said.
“It’s hot in Jianli, and the job is not easy,” she added. “We usually started work at 5 amand worked until 10 pm. It took two or three hours to prepare each body. On a couple of nights, we worked till midnight.”
DNA samples from the bodies have been collected and more than 100 victims had been identified as of Tuesday morning. Contact the writers through zhang_yi@ chinadaily.com.cn