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USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
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April 01, 2014
Forward Kenny Cooper (in red beanie hat) of Seattle Sounders MLS team speaks to reporters as members...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Forward Kenny Cooper of Seattle Sounders MLS team speaks to reporters as members of the Sounders and...
Forward Kenny Cooper (in red beanie hat) of Seattle Sounders MLS team speaks to reporters as members of the Sounders and Seattle Seahawks NFL team visit Darrington, Washington to show support following the deadly mudslide that hit nearby Oso, Washington, March 31, 2014. Recovery teams struggling through thick mud up to their armpits and heavy downpours at the site of a devastating landslide in Washington state are facing yet another challenge - an unseen and potentially dangerous stew of toxic contaminants. The official death toll rose to 24 on Monday - up from 21 a day earlier, nine days after a rain-soaked hillside collapsed above the north fork of the Stillaguamish River, northeast of Seattle. The dead included a 4-month-old infant and two older children, ages 5 and 6. REUTERS/Marcus Yam/Pool (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SPORT SOCCER)
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