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>> Some 700 rescue workers continue a desperate search for survivors in southern California, where a wall of mud and debris cascaded down hillsides earlier this week. This video of a Prius being swept away in Burbank shows the intensity of the disaster. At least 17 people were killed in the slide, with ages ranging from 3 to 89.
About 40 people remain missing, and even though officials say some may just be out of communication, the death toll is expected to rise. Scenes of devastation continue to pour out of the affluent seaside community of Montecito. Reuters photographer, Kyle Grillio has been documenting the aftermath.>> They said some parts of Montecito are completely untouched, while some parts are completely destroyed.
I'm looking at about 15 houses that are completely surrounded by boulders, some the size of cars. It doesn't seem like any of these houses are going to be repairable.>> The sheriff's office expanded the evacuation zone in the Montecito area on Thursday. That area was scorched last month by the biggest wild fire in the state's history.
But before the rebuilding beings, the grueling search through utter destruction continues into its third day.