Authorities are searching for bodies after a massive mudslide in Washington State killed at least eight people and possibly left more than 100 missing.
A 1-square-mile mudslide struck Saturday morning in Snohomish County, critically injuring several people and destroying about 30 several homes.
John Pennington, emergency response managing director, said there are reports of up to 108 missing in the mudslide but noted that this is unconfirmed.
Eight bodies have been pulled from the scene so far and authorities described the search for additional survivors of the mudslide to be "grim."
"This is a large scale disaster event," Pennington told the media.
"We have 108 individual names, or likeness ... It’s a soft 108."