Spanish authorities said Saturday they had pulled more bodies from the rubble of a four-storey building that collapsed on the popular Canary Island resort of Tenerife, bringing the death toll to seven. No further people were missing, according to the mayor's office in the southern town of Arona, after Thursday's collapse in the tourist area of Los Cristianos, near one of Tenerife's most popular beaches. The victims were four women and three men who had yet to be formally identified, it said in a statement. No nationalities were given for the victims. Earlier Saturday local officials had given a toll of five dead before firefighters and rescue workers recovered two more bodies from the devastated scene of the building collapse, which has left the street strewn with debris. Residents in four adjacent buildings have been evacuated as a precaution. "The occupants of the four buildings and the one that was affected have been rehoused in hotels and in a municipal camping ground," the statement said. It was still unclear why the building collapsed. Three people, including a 28-year-old Italian man who suffered a broken arm, were rescued from the rubble late Thursday, with two requiring hospital treatment. Tenerife, the largest of Spain's Canary Islands off the coast of Africa, is a popular destination for British and German holidaymakers and retirees.