Dozens are still missing in the Montecito mudslides. Here’s how to get help

sanluisobispo | 1/10/2018 | Staff
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We are searching for Fabiola Benitez and her son Jonathan, whose house was on East Valley and Hot Springs in Montecito. The family is frantic. Please share if you are in the SB area.

Posted by Lori Lieberman on Wednesday, January 10, 2018

















As first responders continue rescue and recovery efforts in the mudslide- and flood-stricken Santa Barbara County areas of Montecito, Summerland and Carpinteria, some have taken to using social media to spread the word about the missing.

Authorities have not released official word on how many are missing in the area, but Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown said at a press conference Tuesday night that they are are looking for at least two dozen people.

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“We’re working to determine whether or not those people have been accounted for,” Brown said.

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Mike Eliason, Santa Barbara County Fire Department public information officer, posted a photo on Twitter of a woman named Teresa Drenick standing in her sister’s mud-covered home in Montecito. Her sister is among the missing...
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