Mexican army searches for bodies in flood and landslide-hit La Pintada

Associated Press: Fourteen hours per body. That's how long rescue crews with shovels, hydraulic equipment and anything they can muster are averaging to find the victims of a massive landslide that took half the remote coffee-growing village of La Pintada, leaving 68 people missing. The Mexican army's emergency response and rescue team slogged in several feet of mud with five rescue dogs on Sunday, recovering a third body, a man found wedged under the collapsed roof of dirt-filled home. Lieutenant Carlos Alberto......

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