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Dramatic video shows California flash flood rushing towards people in auto

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They failed to find any Wednesday, the 41-year-old married father of three said, but didn't find any bodies either, which provided him some solace.

"In disaster circumstances, there have been many miraculous stories of people lasting many days".

"One of the things that I want to talk about is, you know, we've had these bad fires all over California and one of the hardest hit areas is where I live in Montecito", she continued.

"Where I am now, which is the east side of my property, I was walking down here and all of my neighbors' homes are gutted".

Conte said Riskin, who was the maid of honor at her wedding, took joy in pairing the ideal home with the flawless family and loved cooking, going for long walks and spending movie nights with her family.

Richard Taylor, a retired English professor, and his 6-year-old stepgrandson, Peerawat Sutthithepa, were also among the dead in Montecito, according to his brother Marshall Taylor. None of the adult dead shared their last names.

A massive influx of search and rescue crews scoured parts of California's Santa Barbara County on Saturday for seven people still missing following mudslides that killed at least 18.

The sheriff added six people remained on the missing persons' list. And there are families missing, there are people who are missing family members.

Authorities believe five people are still missing, aged between two and 30.

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"We knew we couldn't put out a WEA when we were doing the evacuation orders and warnings because it would've gone out to the entire county, would've caused great confusion", Lewin said.

The death toll from Tuesday's pre-dawn flash flood rose to 17 as more bodies were found.

Santa Barbara County Fire Capt Adam Estabrook and Engineer Rick Pinal search through a debris pile behind a home destroyed by mudflow and debris in Montecito, California, U.S., January 13, 2018.

Some of Montecito's famous residents - Ellen DeGeneres and Oprah Winfrey - are speaking out about the devastating mudslides that have ravaged Southern California. "I'm told there was about 5 feet (1.5m) of mud". Next to some of the devastated areas sat large estates untouched by the torrent, their lawns still green and the landscaping lush.

Marveling at the scale of destruction, several firefighters wondered aloud how some areas would ever get back to normal because there's just so much mud covering the ground, never mind the damage to homes and other buildings.

Theirs are among the many stories of those who perished and those who managed with inexplicable good fortune to escape the slides in the wealthy enclave of Montecito that is home to a variety of people ranging from captains of industry to those who manicured their lawns.

He was still shaken by his harrowing experience Tuesday with his pregnant wife and two young children as the violent gusher arrived with a deafening rumble.

"He's been coming here since before I started working here", said Cantin's barber, Tim Sanchez, who owns the shop.

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Dramatic video shows California flash flood rushing towards people in auto