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Sheriff: Mudslide missing list up from 15 to 17

Sheriff: Mudslide missing list up from 15 to 17

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Oso, Wash. – The number of people listed as missing after the deadly Soso mudslide has risen from 15, back up to 17 on the latest list provided by the Snohomish County sheriff’s office.

The sheriff’s office says 44-year-old Victor Ford of Arlington and an unidentified 50-to-60-year-old man have been added to the list.

The county medical examiner’s office says the number of confirmed deaths stands at 30 as of Thursday afternoon.

Twenty-seven of those people have been publicly identified.

Recovery crews continue to search for more bodies.

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