On Friday, the search and recovery teams of the Emergency Medicine and Support Center were able to recover a large group of human remains along the eastern valleys adjacent to the city of Derna.

It is likely that these body parts, which were found scattered, belong to the victims of the torrents and floods that struck the eastern region on September 10, according to the Libyan News Agency report on Saturday.

The media office of the Emergency Medicine Center said that the collection of the large amount of body parts came after an extensive search campaign in cooperation with members of the Marine Special Forces and with the participation of 150 volunteers from various cities and regions of Jabal Al Akhdar.

The center indicated that 32 bags of scattered human remains were collected and transported to Al-Wahda Surgical Hospital in Derna, to withdraw reference samples and complete the procedures for burying the victims.