Updated at 10:25 p.m. ET On the fourth day of search for victims of the southern California mudslides, the death toll has increased to 19 people, the Santa Barbara sheriff's office tells NPR. At least 5 people, including a 2-year-old, remain missing. Twenty-five-year-old victim Morgan Corey was located in the mud and debris in Montecito, county Sheriff Bill Brown told the Associated Press on Saturday. Her 12-year-old sister, Sawyer, previously died in the perilous conditions. Joseph Bleckel, 87, also died, in his Montecito home, the sheriff's office reported early Saturday . But 62-year-old Delbert Weltzin, who had been previously identified as missing, was "found alive and well," Brown told the AP. The victims' ages ranged from 3 to 89 and the cause...
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California Mudslides Death Toll Rises To 19, Residents Told To Evacuate