The search for five bodies still missing after an oil train derailed and exploded in Canada last month, killing 47 people, has been called off.
Quebec provincial police Lieutenant Guy Lapointe said on Thursday that they have done everything possible to find the remaining bodies.
The coroner's office said it has identified 38 bodies and will work to identify the rest.
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada also announced that it was finishing its on-site operations in Lac-Megantic.
A stationary Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway train with 72 tankers of crude oil rolled down an incline, derailed and slammed into the centre of Lac-Megantic on July 6. Several tankers exploded, destroying 40 buildings in the lakeside town of 6,000.