JUNCTION, Texas - Search and rescue teams found two bodies along the edge of the South Llano River on Thursday after four people were reported missing Monday following heavy flooding in Junction, the Texas A&M Forest Service said.
The two other people are still missing.
The Kimble County flooding began Monday along the Llano River near Junction.
The bodies were found around 2 p.m. about 9 miles downstream from the South Llano RV Park.
A high-altitude drone, a boat with sonar capabilities and a helicopter were among the tools used to aid in the search for the missing people.
Crews widened their scope and searched into Mason County and concentrated on areas where the water level has receded, the Texas A&M Forest Service said.
Loved ones, along with crews from a number of agencies, helped with the search mission.
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