Another Chinese national has been confirmed dead in the Paris collapse, the Chinese ambassador to France said yesterday. This brings the number of Chinese killed in the accident to two. Both victims, a man and a woman, were employees of the Beijing Mashi Trade Corporation. They were travelling with six colleagues from Shanghai to Mexico via Paris when the 30-metre section of the roof at the airport terminal collapsed on Sunday morning. The Chinese embassy in Paris identified the dead man as Wu Xin, , 32, a sales manager from Beijing, and the woman as Liu Jianfang , 30, a company representative in Xiamen . Wu was among the first people confirmed dead immediately after the accident happened. Rescue workers found Liu's body buried under the rubble at 11pm on Sunday. Xinhua said another member of the group had suffered minor injuries, while the rest were safe. The overall death toll from the collapse dropped from five to four when authorities said sniffer dogs who had at first appeared to locate two bodies at one spot under the rubble had actually found one. Officials at the airport are now considering whether to level the glitzy new terminal. Chinese Ambassador to France Zhao Jinjun said the embassy had arranged for the remaining Chinese businesspeople to stay at a hotel. They were asked by the French police to remain in Paris to answer questions about the accident, Mr Zhao said. The Chinese arrived at Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport at 6am and were waiting to catch a transit flight to Mexico at 10am. 'At 7am, just as they walked through the 2E airport lounge to Gate 54, the arched roof suddenly caved in and concrete fell down,' he told Xinhua. 'Wu, who was at the front, was killed. Liu was found missing later.' Rescue workers were still clearing the rubble yesterday. Mr Zhao said they had not received any more reports of missing Chinese nationals. The ambassador said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs called him immediately after the accident and asked the embassy to offer assistance to the group. Beijing Mashi Trade Corporation, which imports Mexican beer to the mainland, confirmed that Wu and Liu were employees. 'The relatives [of the victims] are still in China. They are waiting for government notice [to go to Paris],' a company worker said. The futuristic new terminal was inaugurated in June. It had been delayed by security concerns, and trade unions had accused management of rushing construction to meet the completion deadline.