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Montana Stinson, 15, left, sits and waits for donations with his cousin Cullen Bussard, 13, in a large truck parked outside the Oso Community Chapel on Saturday, March 29, 2014. "I'd be up there right now [helping out] but I'm not 18," Stinson said. His grandfather's friend Stephen Neal, a plumber from Darrington who was working in Oso, is among the deceased. The Chapel is currently collecting donations and holding them in Trafton Elementary School in Arlington to sort them and eventually distribute them to the community. There were no major updates on the death toll last night, according to County Executive Director Gary Haakenson, leaving the official count at 17 dead with 9 bodies yet to be recovered and 90 missing. Periods of rain and wind have hampered efforts the past two days. LINDSEY WASSON/THE SEATTLE TIMES