The death toll from a powerful earthquake in Costa Rica rose to 14 Friday when rescue workers found the bodies of 10 more people near the epicenter of the 6.1-magnitude tremor, the Red Cross said. The aid organization was searching for more victims of Thursday's quake, near the Poas volcano outside the capital San Jose, "throughout the night and at 4:30 am (1530 PST) a patrol confirmed that in the area of Cataratas there were 10 fatalities," Red Cross spokesman Cristian Ana said. Four other deaths from the quake, which was felt as far away as neighboring Nicaragua, had been confirmed earlier by authorities, and Ana said the toll could rise as rescue operations were resuming in earnest Friday morning.