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Vehicles can be seen driving on the right hand of the screen before they are eventually covered in mud.

Search for the missing is still ongoing, the emergency service for the state of Minas Gerais said, where the disaster occurred on January 25, near the town of Brumadinho.

Newly-released video footage shows the harrowing moment a mining dam collapsed, unleashing a powerful wave of waste that swept over everything in its path in Brazil. Helicopters released flower petals on top of the iron ore mining complex.

Camera IconFriends and relatives light candles during a march paying homage to the victims.

A priest also gave a brief Mass in front of a tall pink cross that had been planted in the mud.

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At least 60 people have been confirmed dead and an estimated 292 remained missing at Vale SA after a dam storing mine waste at the Corrego de Feijao mine in Brumadinho on Friday.

Edvan Cristi, 23, who lost several friends who worked for the Vale mining company, said the city would suffer tremendously because most young people worked in mining. Authorities have not yet called off the search for bodies although no one has been found alive since Saturday. So far, efforts have been focused on finding bodies closer to the surface and did not involve backhoes.

The mining company said it had also begun safely treating the streets and fields of Brumandinho to prevent the spread of disease as an environmental group told the AP Thursday that it had set out to test the Paraopeba river's levels of toxicity.

"If we had known (what the problem was), maybe this tragedy would have never happened", The ministry's mining secretary Alexandre Vidigal said.

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