By Deseret News
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
No missionaries were injured and all are accounted for, said Bruce Muir, the Church’s humanitarian response director.
No Church properties were impacted by the mudslide.
More than 3,000 people have been displaced by the recent disaster. Local Church leaders were still trying Thursday to access the impact on the homes and properties of LDS families.
Almost 600 people were still missing. It’s unknown if any members are counted among that number.
The Church is preparing to deliver relief to the area, which remains vulnerable to additional landslides thanks to ongoing rainfall.
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