CADDO GAP, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas State Police say searchers have
found a 17th body in the flash flooding at a campground in
Spokesman Bill Sadler says the body was found Saturday and
hasn't been identified yet.
Crews are searching on ATVs, canoes and horseback for dozens of missing people since a flash flood swept through a popular
campground before dawn on Friday. Authorities say the floodwaters
rose as swiftly as 8 feet per hour as they swept through the Albert
Pike Recreation Area.
The campground in the Ouachita (WAH'-shih-taw) National Forest
had been packed with vacationing families.
Officials say the search for the missing could take days, if not
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