The death toll from a mudslide in Washington state has risen to 29 people, with 20 others still missing.
Only 22 of the bodies have been identified, said the Snohomish County Medical Examiner's Office.
The town of Oso, 95km north of Seattle, was struck by a 54m wall of mud and debris on 22 March.
The area is covered by mud 80ft deep in some places.
The landslide destroyed about 30 houses, temporarily damming a river and covering a highway.
The BBC reports heavy rain has hampered the search. Mild weather on Tuesday allowed crews to spend less time controlling the water and more time searching.