Twenty people have now died as a result of mudslides and flooding in California, however four people, including children, are still missing.
The Santa Barbara County Coroner's Office said those who died suffered "multiple traumatic injuries due to flash flood with mudslides."
The victims are aged between three and 89 years old, according to the BBC.
During the weekend 500 more emergency workers arrived in California to help the 2,100 people already working to help those affected by the mudslides.
This includes the US Navy, US Coast Guard and American Red Cross.
The mudslides were caused by rain which arrived after wildfires raged in the area throughout December.
Fire causes a water repellent layer to form over soil, meaning rainwater sits on the ground rather than being absorbed, causing the flooding and mudslides.
Take a look at images of the mudslides in the gallery above