Specialized heavy equipment pulls apart the facade of the building as partial demolition begins during rescue efforts at the Algo Mall in Elliot Lake, Ontario late June 26, 2012. Rescue authorities said the chance that anyone remained alive under piles of concrete and metal was "very slim," noting the last time any signs of life were detected was early Monday morning when audio equipment picked up sounds of breathing. One person is confirmed dead and another is believed to have died in the collapse at the Algo Centre Mall in Elliot Lake, about 335 miles (539 km) northwest of Toronto. At least 22 people were injured in the incident, none seriously. Police said 12 people were unaccounted for, a list that had shrunk from 30 earlier in the rescue effort. Picture taken June 26.