It brings the number of victims of these exceptional floods to seven.
The body of a septuagenarian found on Saturday was identified as being that of an inhabitant of Saint-Martin-Vésubie, who disappeared during bad weather in the Alpes-Maritimes, we learned on Monday.
The body of the retiree, who disappeared with his wife on October 2 in Saint-Martin-de-Vésubie, was found in the river bed on Saturday, according to Nice-Matin.
Eleven people are still missing after these devastating floods in the Vésubie and Roya valleys, according to the Nice prosecutor's office.
A difficult balance sheet to establish
Three weeks after the tragedy, the balance sheet remains difficult to establish, in particular because of bodies exhumed from cemeteries which were washed away by the waves.
This situation complicates the work of the gendarmes to establish the real victims of the recent bad weather.
VIDEO. Floods in the South-East: spectacular damage and many missing
Floods in the South-East: spectacular damage and many missing
Provoked by the passage of the storm Alex, the floods of October 2 literally devastated parts of the valleys of Vésubie and Roya in the hinterland of Nice.
Colossal reconstruction of roads, bridges, water and electricity networks are now necessary at a cost of at least one billion euros.