Death Toll In Montecito Mudslide Rises To 19, While 101 Freeway Will Remain Closed Indefinitely

As the death toll in the Montecito mudslides increased to 19 on Saturday, officials announced that the 101 Freeway would remain closed indefinitely.

Search and rescue crews recovered the body of Morgan Corey, 25, who was found in debris near Mill Road about 9 a.m. Saturday, officials said. She was among at least five people who were still listed as missing.

At a late afternoon news conference at the Earl Warren Fairgrounds, Santa Barbara Fire Chief Eric Peterson spoke about the difficulties and challenges faced by emergency responders in their search for survivors.

Source : http://www.latimes.com/la-lb-771-39548-la-me-montecito-mudsides-101-htmlstory.html

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