Five More Bodies Found in California Mudslide

Authorities on Sunday found the bodies of five more people caught in a mudslide that engulfed a church camp on Christmas, and urged people in mountain areas scorched by fall wildfires to prepare for heavy rains Monday that could trigger more devastation.

Another mudslide Thursday killed two people at a KOA campground about five miles away in Devore. They were identified as Janice Arlene Stout-Bradley, 60, of San Bernardino, and Carol Eugene Nuss, 57.

Stout-Bradley was the campground manager. Nuss was an insurance adjuster who arrived in California from Kansas about a month ago to handle wildfire claims.