"We haven't lost hope that there's a possibility that we can find somebody alive in some pocket area," said Snohomish County District 21 Fire Chief Travis Hots.
Two bodies were recovered Tuesday, while eight more were located in the debris field from Saturday's slide 55 miles northeast of Seattle, Hots
"Going on the last three days the most effective tool has been dogs and just our bare hands and shovels uncovering people," Hots
"But the dogs are the ones that are pinpointing a particular area to look, and we're looking and that's how we're finding people."
A volunteer was injured Tuesday when he
was struck by debris blown by a helicopter's rotor.