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The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office has identified eight people still missing after the Oso mudslide on March 22. (AP)

Updated list of people missing in the Oso mudslide

The Snohomish County Medical Examiner's Office has identified every body recovered in the Oso mudslide so far - 36 people. Seven people are still missing.

Denver Harris, 14, and Mark Gustafson, 55, both of Arlington, are the most recent people identified.

1. Dequiletts, Ronald M. - 52 years-old, Arlington and Bothell
2. Hadaway, Steven N. - 53 years-old, Steelhead Dr., Arlington
3. Harris, Steve - 52 years-old, Arlington
4. Harris, Theresa - 53 years-old, Arlington
5. Miller, Sandra - 64 years-old, Arlington
6. Regelbrugge, Molly K. - 44 years-old, Steelhead Dr., Arlington
7. Ruthven, Wyatt - 4 years-old, Steelhead Dr., Arlington

Saturday marks three weeks since the mudslide traveled nearly a mile, crossing the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River to bury a residential area.

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee visited Oso Friday afternoon and made stops in Arlington and Darrington.

His office said he planned to spend time with elementary school children and thank first responders.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency says more than 370 individuals or families have registered for assistance.

An 81-year-old man who survived has been upgraded to satisfactory condition and is no longer in intensive care at Harborview Medical Center. Amanda Skorjanc, 26, and a 37-year-old man are also in satisfactory condition.

Harborview says a 58-year-old man was discharged Saturday in satisfactory condition and transferred to another facility for inpatient rehabilitation care.

Correction: It was originally reported that eight people were still missing, but that number has been changed to seven. Mark Gustafson, 55, of Arlington has been positively identified.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.


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