The funeral of three of the seven who died in the Daejeon branch fire at 'Hyundai Premium Outlet' is scheduled to be held tomorrow (28th).

According to Daejeon City, the bereaved family of a 70-year-old woman found in a cargo elevator on the first basement floor of Hyundai Outlet, a 30-year-old woman found on the first basement level, and a 50-year-old woman found in the basement women's locker room will be individually buried tomorrow. It was understood.

The burial places of these victims are set up at the funeral halls of Daejeon Sun Hospital, Chungnam National University Hospital, and Daejeon St. Mary's Hospital, respectively.

Some of the families of the remaining victims are said to want a joint response.

In the case of the 30-year-old family of Chae, who was found in an underground parking lot and placed in Yuseongseon Hospital, it is said that they hoped for a family gathering, saying, 'The cause must be identified first.'

The bereaved family of a woman in her 60s who was found in the cargo elevator on the first basement floor is also known to want a meeting with the bereaved family along with a joint incense burner.

The bereaved family of Mr. Woo in his 60s, who was found to have been found in the underground parking lot, is said to be not responding until identification is confirmed.

Meanwhile, Daejeon City formed an emergency accident management support group to support the victims' families and tenants, and Yuseong-gu also established a Disaster and Safety Countermeasures Headquarters.

The police also plan to provide psychological counseling to the victim's family through a dedicated police officer.

(Photo = provided by Daejeon Fire Department, Yonhap News)