Officials are confirming they have found three bodies from the flooding in Wimberley over the weekend.
Crews now continue to search for the other missing people presumed swept away in the flooding.
Hays County officials are releasing the names and photos of the people missing from Sunday's flooding.
Here are the people rescuers are still searching for:
73-year-old Ralph Carey and his wife 71-year-old Sue Carey
42-year-old William Charba and his wife 43-year-old Michelle Carey-Charba, not pictured is their 6-year-old son named William.
74-year-old Dayton Thomas and 81-year-old Kenneth Reissig.
29-year-old Jose Arteaga-Pichardo. He was last seen alive before the Blanco River started flooding.
34-year-old Laura McComb, her six-year-old son Andrew and her daughter, 4-year-old Leighton.
McComb's husband, Jonathan (seen in the photos), was rescued more than ten miles down the river suffering some serious injuries.
The McComb story hits close to home here at FOX 7. Laura McComb is the sister of Zack Shields' wife.
Zack is our morning meteorologist on Good Day Austin.
As you can imagine, he and his wife are in shock over this.
Mike Warren talked with Zack's wife Julie Tuesday.
She says her sister actually called her to say the house was floating away.