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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Dead bodies of three more people who went missing in the sea following the Ockhi cyclone have been found.

Two of the dead bodies were found during search operations in Alappuzha and Kochi. The Marine Enforcement found another dead body in the deep sea near Alappuzha.

None of the dead have been identified.

With this the death toll due to Ockhi has risen to 36.

Meanwhile, the Air Force has rescued 15 fishermen from the Kozhikode coast.

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