Portugal is continuing to bury its dead from its worst forest fire in decades.
Forty-year-old firefighter Goncalo Correia was laid to rest on Wednesday at a ceremony attended by the country’s president and prime minister.
He died from his burns after trying to help some of those who died attempting to escape on route N-236.
Correia is one of 64 people known to have lost their lives in a blaze which has ravaged central Portugal.
His colleagues are still trying to put the fire out which at one time was estimated to have covered 153 kilometres.