KGMI News Reporting, complied with ABC News
By Tracy Ellis
ARLINGTON, Wash. – They’re still searching for signs of life in the Oso mudslide, but rescuers say it’s “very challenging.”
Twenty-four bodies have been found.
Sixteen were recovered by searchers and 8 more have been seen, but not yet pulled from the debris.
County Fire Chief Travis Hots says they have not given up hope for finding survivors.
Ralph Black with the Bellingham Civil Air Patrol says their planes flew over the slide.
The number of people unaccounted-for remains at 176.