UPDATED: "Dangerous" Landslide Search Resumes
Search efforts have resumed at the landslide site at Johnsons Landing on Kootenay Lake.
No personnel had been close to the main debris field since Thursday night because of the instability of the conditions.
But the RDCK says as of 2:15 Friday afternoon a team moved back in as they attempt to locate 4 people who are presumed missing.
The situation remains dangerous though.
There have been additional slides of the mass of rocks, trees and mud that swept away three properties and a TV crew had to run for a boat while working on the edge of the lake.
The new slide dumped scores more trees into the lake.
RCMP Corporal Dan Moskaluk says the damage to the three homes is significant and this is likely a recovery and not a rescue mission.
He says the three homes are destroyed outright and two of them aren't even visible: they're either partially or completely buried.
It's believed Valentine Webber, and his two daughters Dianna and Rachel were in one house when the slide hit.
Another woman - a part-time resident from Germany - is believed to have been in another property.