Authorities in Washington state raised the death toll to 36 on Wednesday from the horrific mudslide that smothered a square mile of the town of Oso.
The death toll from the Snohomish County Medical Examiner's Office was one higher than the total Tuesday.
Of the 36 known dead, 32 have been positively identified. The 32nd was named Wednesday — Larry J. Miller, 58, who died after multiple blunt force injuries from the March 22 disaster, authorities said.
Ten people remain on a list of missing, including two children.