Washington state authorities have warned the number of people killed in the recent mudslide will go up substantially within the next two days.
Sixteen bodies have been recovered, but officials say at least nine more had been found and they expect that number to rise in the next 24 to 48 hours.
Snohomish County District 21 fire chief Travis Hots said that officials are not going to count additional recovered victims until the medical examiner's office has caught up with the recovery effort.
There are 90 people confirmed missing, with another 35 who authorities are unsure were in the area when a hillside collapsed Saturday morning 55 miles northeast of Seattle.
A devastating mudslide in Washington state has buried houses and cars, while 16 people are so far reported to have lost their lives.
As many as 108 people are listed as missing two days after a mudslide hit a small village near Seattle.