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2 of 3 people reported missing after deadly mudslide in Colorado found safe

  • Aug. 10, 2013: A truck and car is washed away by a flash flood that hit Manitou Springs, Colo.,  Friday sits in a drainage, covered in rocks.  Fridays torrential rains swept mud, boulders and other debris from the burn scar down U.S. 24, washing away vehicles and damaging several homes and businesses in the area.

    Aug. 10, 2013: A truck and car is washed away by a flash flood that hit Manitou Springs, Colo., Friday sits in a drainage, covered in rocks. Fridays torrential rains swept mud, boulders and other debris from the burn scar down U.S. 24, washing away vehicles and damaging several homes and businesses in the area.  (AP/The Colorado Springs Gazette)

  • Aug. 10, 2013: From left, Dan McCormack, Chris Lambrite Jr., and Chris Lambrite work to remove three sides of a cottage from a drainage after the entire building was ripped off its foundation by a flash flood that hit Manitou Springs, Colo.  Fridays torrential rains swept mud, boulders and other debris from the burn scar down U.S. 24, washing away vehicles and damaging several homes and businesses in the area.

    Aug. 10, 2013: From left, Dan McCormack, Chris Lambrite Jr., and Chris Lambrite work to remove three sides of a cottage from a drainage after the entire building was ripped off its foundation by a flash flood that hit Manitou Springs, Colo. Fridays torrential rains swept mud, boulders and other debris from the burn scar down U.S. 24, washing away vehicles and damaging several homes and businesses in the area.  (AP/The Colorado Springs Gazette)

Two of three people reported missing after a fast-moving mudslide swept through Manitou Springs, Colo., have been found safe.

The Gazette reports a man who recently moved to the area affected by the flood was found Saturday. On Sunday, the El Paso County Sheriff's office said another man thought to have disappeared in the flood, 24-year-old Juston Travis, was accounted for.

Authorities are still trying to determine what happened to an unidentified woman witnesses saw clinging to a tree during Friday night's mudslide.

At least one person was killed in the slide, which also destroyed six houses and damaged more than 30 others in an area burned by the Waldo Canyon Fire last year.

Police Chief Joe Ribeiro says crews continue to sift through creek beds filled with debris.