Death Toll Rises In Mudslide

Four more bodies found after California mudslide, now 10 dead

The bodies of three children have been dug out of a mudslide that's killed at least ten people in Southern California.

Rescuers used shovels, high-tech cameras and their bare hands in searching through the debris that collapsed down the hillside in La Conchita.

Officials say about eleven people are still missing from Monday's landslide triggered by five days of nearly nonstop rain. An adult woman was found earlier today. The four bodies found today are believed to be those of the family of a man who has been helping search the rubble. He released a statement thanking the searchers for finding his family.

Fifteen homes were destroyed and 16 damaged when the land gave way. Rescuers are carefully scooping out parts of the pile, making sure they've checked sections of trapped air where a survivor might be able to breathe.

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is set to visit the area today.