June 14, 2010
Posted: 04:53 PM ET
Langley, Arkansas (CNN) - A 20th body was found Monday from last week's flash flood that inundated an Arkansas campground, and a search for more possible victims was continuing, officials said.
The body, which was found in a river near the Albert Pike Recreation Area, had not been identified, said Michael Fletcher of the Arkansas State Police.
"We're still in the process of making a recovery and getting it out of there," he said.
The find came as authorities announced that they had increased to 12 the number of canine units searching piles of debris for more victims, said Mike Quesinberry, the head of the rescue effort for the U.S. Forest Service. "Hopefully, there's no one else left," he said.A wall of water swept through the Albert Pike Recreation Area before dawn Friday, when most of the campers in the remote area were sleeping. The park is located along the Caddo and Little Missouri rivers, and the flood struck so quickly that many of the campers had little chance to escape, officials said.
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