Texas authorities have found two bodies and are searching for two more missing people after flash flooding at an RV park.

The Junction (Texas) Police Department said the bodies of two flood victims were recovered Thursday (Oct. 11) and two more are still missing after they were swept away by the South Llano River  during a flash flood while staying at South Llano RV Park on Monday, according to northescambia.com. 

Both were reportedly from Flomaton, Fla., and their names have not been officially released by authorities.

“Search and Rescue operations located two bodies along the edge of the South Llano River approximately nine miles downstream from the South Llano RV Park in Junction,” the department said. “Names of victims will not be released until autopsies have been completed.”

Two other people, one from Flomaton and one from Texas, remain missing.

Numerous Flomaton residents are joining scores of others in the search, including the U.S. Border Patrol, Texas Parks and Wildlife and other agencies.  The Junction Police Department said Wednesday that the search and rescue mission will continue for several days.

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