Monday, the 20th body was found. She was identified as 8-year-old Jadyn Basinger of Gloster, Louisiana.
All of the fatalities have been confirmed and the individuals have been tentatively identified according to the Arkansas State Police. Eighteen names have been released by the Governor's office or Arkansas State Police after families were notified.
Arkansas State Police officers continue to clear an "unaccounted for" number of people that may or may not have been in the area.
Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey are trying to find out how high and how fast the water moved when it poured into the Albert Pike Recreation Area in southwest Arkansas early Friday.
Flood specialist Robert Holmes says it will take scientists a few weeks to calculate the flow rate, based on the information gathered Tuesday at the campground.
Capt. Mike Fletcher of Arkansas State Police says no crews were actively searching Tuesday afternoon for victims, but that the search has not been formally concluded.
A Critical Incident Stress team has arrived and a Critical Incident Stress Debriefing will be conducted Tuesday, June 15 with Forest Service employees from the local Ranger District and the Incident Management Team.
Victim's families and volunteers are receiving counseling at Pilgrim Rest Landmark Missionary Baptist Church. If you would like to send donations to the church, send them to:
Pilgrim Rest Landmark Missionary Baptist Church
409 Lodi Loop
Glenwood, AR 71943
Private property owners will continue to be issued passes by the AR State Police and allowed to visit their property. The US Forest Service is conducting hazard and damage assessments on public lands in the flood area.
Albert Pike Campground is closed and will remain closed until further notice to allow for ongoing recovery activities.
THV's Eboné Monét is there and will have the latest on "Today's THV at 5:00" and todaysthv.com.