Crews find body of person missing in B.C. landslide
RCMP say crews have found the body of one of four people missing in a massive landslide in southeastern British Columbia.
Officials say the rescue mission is now a recovery operation.
At least three homes were crushed by the slide in the tiny hamlet of Johnsons Landing on Thursday.
Police say what appears to be the body of a man was found near a home swept away by the slide.
They continue to look for the bodies of three others believed to be buried in the slide.
Two sisters, 17 and 22-year-old Rachel and Diana Webber, and their father Val Webber have been missing since the slide hit.
A female German tourist was also believed to have been caught in the debris.