PETROPOLIS, Brazil, Feb 17 (Reuters) - The death toll from mudslides in Brazil's colonial-era city of Petropolis rose to 104 on Thursday and was expected to increase further as the region reels from the heaviest rains in almost a century this week.
As the rescue effort continued, the local morgue was forced to use a refrigerated truck as a back up as more victims were being brought in while other bodies still awaited to be identified by their families.
"Working overnight, with poor lighting and soggy ground, is always a challenge. But I'm . . .