SANTA BARBARA (Reuters) – Rescue crews in Southern California resumed yesterday the task of combing through debris for survivors from deadly mudslides. Seventeen people are confirmed dead and another 17 people are missing after a wall of mud roared down hillsides between the Pacific Ocean and the Los Padres National Forest. Some 500 rescuers using search dogs, military helicopters, and thermal imaging equipment were on scene.
Rescue crews resume hunt
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