Washington mudside
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Washington mudslide

The remains of a home destroyed by a mudslide near Oso, Wash., on Saturday. (Marcus Yam / Seattle Times)
Workers try to clear debris from State Route 530 on the western edge of the massive mudslide.  (Ted S. Warren / Associated Press)
Members of a search-and-rescue crew. (Matt Mills McKnight / European Pressphoto Agency)
A body is carried out of a home destroyed by the mudslide. (Joshua Trujillo / Associated Press)
Elaine Young hugs her dog, Bo, days after the mudslide narrowly missed her home. (David Ryder / Getty Images)
The devastation.  (Joshua Trujillo / seattlepi.com)
A search dog helps in the effort to find victims. (Dan Bates / Everett Herald)
A bouquet of flowers is left for victims. (Joshua Trujillo / seattlepi.com)
An aerial view of the mudslide shows where the hillside gave way. (Washington State Department of Transportation)
A King County sheriff’s helicopter lowers a rescuer during the search for survivors of the Oso, Wash., landslide on Monday. (Dan Bates / (Everett, Wash.) Herald)
Amber Tollenaar, right, hugs the Rev. Janet Loyd at a temporary Red Cross shelter set up for landslide survivors at the Darrington Community Center in Darrington, Wash. (David Ryder / Getty Images)
A house sits destroyed by mud on Highway 530 next to mile marker 37 near Arlington, Wash. (Lindsey Wasson / Pool)
Debris and mud cover Highway 530 next to mile marker 37 near Arlington, Wash. (Lindsey Wasson / Pool)
The orange X on a house, destroyed in the mud, indicates it has been searched for people on Highway 530 next to mile marker 37 on Sunday, March 23, 2014, the day after a giant landslide occurred near mile marker 37 near Oso, Wash. (LINDSEY WASSON / Seattle Times)
Mud splattered pictures after Saturday’s fatal mudslide near Oso, Wash. (Genna Martin / The Herald)
Kristopher Langton shares a moment with his son, Kristian Langton, 5 months, at a temporary Red Cross shelter at the Darrington Community Center in Darrington, Wash. (David Ryder / Getty Images)
An aerial view of the hill where the mudslide originated between Darrington and Arlington, Wash. (Washington State Dept. of Transportation)
An aerial view of a breach where water from the Stillaguamish River begins to move.  (Washington State Department of Transportation)
Rescue workers reach the scene of a mudslide in Washington state. (Washington State Patrol )
Rescue workers prepare to search for survivors.  (Washington State Patrol )
A road near the mudslide.  (Washington State Patrol )
Emergency personnel on the scene. (Washington State Patrol )
Emergency responders included members of the Navy, fire departments and law enforcement agencies from across the region. (Washington State Patrol )
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