The dam, known as the dam VI in the Corrego de Feijao mine in the city of Brumadinho, is no longer in danger of bursting, according to firefighters and civil protection officers. Evacuation orders for locals have been lifted, allowing evacuees to return home. The breakthrough floods parts of the southeastern state of Minas Gerais with mining waste and mud that bury a large part of the city of Brumanadion, according to stories from CNN Affiliate Record TV.
The search and rescue efforts were temporarily suspended against the background of the increased risk at the VI dam, but since then they have resumed.
The last number of victims was released by the fire brigade, which carried out search and rescue operations. Scene videos showed helicopters floating above the ground as firefighters collected people from the dirt.
Firefighters said they understood that the ability to find people declined as the hours passed, but said demand would continue until all the victims were found.
The Civil Protection Agency and the Fire Department said 366 people were found and 256 were missing. The fire brigade also said 23 people were in the hospital.
"It's Difficult to See"
On Saturday, he announced three days of mourning, according to a message from the government of Minas Gerais. He also thanked all the agencies that offered help.
Minister Augusto Haleno from the Office of Institutional Security said that financial assistance would be provided to both the population and the local authorities, but he did not specify the exact amounts or how the funds
Officials said the priority is now assisting victims and their families. The authorities then said they would focus on environmental damage and the extraction process. The dam that broke was not classified as high-risk, officials said.
Attorney General André Mendocca said Vale is responsible for the crash, but the extent of the damage is unknown.
In an attempt to find missing people, the Federal Prosecutor's Office received an order at the federal court of Minas Gerais. states that mobile carriers must provide data from cell phone signals to people who have been in the area where the dam is broken.  Brazilian President Jair Bolsonarro flew over the stage on Saturday morning and met Zema before returning to the capital.
"It's hard to see this scenario and not be emotional," Bolsanora said on Saturday. "We will do our best to help the victims, minimize the damage, investigate the facts, seek justice and prevent new tragedies such as those in Mariana and Brumanadion for the welfare of the Brazilians and the environment," he said.
"Beyond Everything I Can Imagine"
Caroline Stephanie de Jesus, 21, lives near the area affected by the bursting of the dam . She called from her uncle who worked in Vale and escaped to the affected area to see if she could find relatives. She told CNN on Saturday that everything she found was a scene of despair. "I could just see people scream and scream," she said. "The sirens did not work, only people screamed to advise others, everyone was desperate."
The Priest of Jesus Christ, Christina Paula, is missing and is not on any list. Paula is working at the New Instance Hotel, which is swallowed by muddy water during the breakage of the dam. De Jesus says two survivors at the hotel have said that employees have no time to advise anyone because: "They can only run for their lives." "It's devastating, everyone here in the community is in shock, no one expected that to happen," said de Jesus.
Officials expect within two days to contain the waste of mineral waste called "tailings", according to the Brazilian National Water Agency.
In a video clip, Vale Fabio Schwarzman's boss asked for forgiveness on Friday "of all the affected and all Brazilian public."
"Unfortunately, the breakdown of the dam (today) has happened, it is unforgivable," said Schwartzman , adding that Vale will "do everything possible" to help the victims.
He also said the company has "made enormous efforts" to improve its dams, especially after the Mariana disaster.
Veil says it has provided more than 1 million liters of drinking water to the people affected by the dam
The company also says it has provided accommodation for more than 800 people along with 40 ambulances and a rescue helicopter. Employees are working with volunteers to rescue and identify victims, the company said.
An Israeli plane arrived on Saturday with equipment to help search, rescue and identify the victims. The Brazilian government announced
The United Nations in Brazil has also offered support, expressing its victims' "deep sadness and solidarity" with the families.
"The UN regrets the immeasurable loss of human life and significant damage to the environment and settlements," the statement said. "The UN system is capable of supporting the actions of the Brazilian authorities for the rapid removal of victims and the establishment of decent conditions for the homeless and affected population."
Lara Stallberg of CNN, Flora Charner, Hira Humayun, and Eric Leaveson contributed to this report
The rigid investigation of the facts leading to this tragedy will be closely followed by the Brazilians and the world community.