British Columbia, Canada
inot2B ~ My heart sure goes out to you, its the not knowing that can get to us the most. Please keep that faith up, as there are so many people that were rescued but have been shifted from one place to the other, and the whereabouts of people is a mess right now.
Unfortunatley we have to give the system time for the paperwork to catch up, to our anxiety, and that is the hardest part.
In answer to your question though. Various townships,or parishs have had the deceased trucked in and bodies are in the process of being identified through dna, and dental records, etc. From what I saw on the news and have read they are doing this with the utmost dignity and to the best of their ability. Once this process is complete, the bodies will be released to the family members after they have been identified. This is a very long, slow and hard process due to the situation of the water. They have turned large structures into morgues for this process, but to be honest, it is going to be a long and frustrating process until the identities are made public.
God give you that strength you need to just keep the faith your family and friends are safe somewhere, for they very well could be.
I think it is better knowing the truth and the process in place rather than second-guessing it, so please stay in touch with CNN.com, or MSNBC.com for the latest news published, and again, may God bless you, and keep you all strong.