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USA-MUDSLIDE/WASHINGTONSTATE
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April 02, 2014
Benton County Fire District 1 Assistant Chief Jack Coats, serving as a task force leader, looks on as...
DARRINGTON, UNITED STATES
Benton County Fire District 1 Assistant Chief Jack Coats, serving as a task force leader, looks on as...
Benton County Fire District 1 Assistant Chief Jack Coats, serving as a task force leader, looks on as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive mudslide that struck Oso near Darrington, Washington April 2, 2014. Efforts to recover bodies following a Washington state mudslide that killed at least 29 people could be hampered in the coming weeks if melting snow runs into a clogged river at the disaster site, officials said. Over the past two days, workers at the mud pile in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, northeast of Seattle, have taken advantage of sunny skies and receding water, but more rain is expected from Thursday through Sunday. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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