Two firefighters were among those killed in the powerful blast yesterday
The number of people killed in a powerful explosion at a Paris bakery has risen to four.
It's after a woman's body was found by rescue workers in the rubble of a building, which was partially destroyed in the blast.
The explosion is believed to have been caused by a gas leak.
Two firefighters - who were investigating that leak - and a Spanish tourist were also killed.
The Spanish woman is reported to have been staying in a hotel facing the building where the explosion happened.
The two firefighters - aged 27 and 28 - had been responding to reports of a smell of gas in the building when the blast occurred.
Décès du caporal-chef Simon CARTANNAZ et du sapeur de première classe Nathanaël JOSSELIN suite à l'intervention du 12 janvier à PARIS (9ème) pic.twitter.com/NH3023QOWu— Pompiers de Paris (@PompiersParis) January 12, 2019
A fundraising appeal for the families of the two men has raised more than €40,000.
French President Emmanuel Macron is among those who have paid tribute to the "hero firefighters".
Leur mission : sauver des vies. Pour l’accomplir ils ont donné la leur. Solidarité aux familles, proches et camarades des deux héros sapeurs-pompiers morts aujourd’hui.— Emmanuel Macron (@EmmanuelMacron) January 12, 2019
Pensées pour toutes les victimes de cette explosion.
France24 reports that 46 other people were injured in the explosion, nine of them seriously.
A number of firefighters remain at the scene today, after 200 were involved in the initial response yesterday.