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Number of people missing in deadly Montecito slide reduced to 5, officials say

LOS ANGELES - The number of people still missing in the wake of a deadly mudslide in Montecito now figures at five, officials said Friday morning.

Authorities said late Thursday that roughly 43 people were

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