In-Depth: Mudslide in Snohomish County


Mudslide in Snohomish County: LATEST AP UPDATE

Landslide in Snohomish County, photo credit Sierra Sansaver.
March 31 - 6:09pm
ARLINGTON, Wash. (AP) - The Snohomish County sheriff's office on Monday released this list of 22 people they believe are missing in the Oso mudslide.
     1. Dequiletts, Ronald M., 52 
     2. Durnell, Thomas M.,  55 
     3. Gullikson, Bonnie J.,  91 
     4. Gustafson, Mark J.,  54 
     5. Hadaway, Steven N.,  53 
     6. Halstead, Jerry L., 74 
     7. Halstead, Gloria J., 67
     8. Harris, Denver P., 13 
     9. Harris, Steve, 52 
     10. Harris, Theresa, 52 
     11. Miller, Larry, 58 
     12. Miller, Sandra, 64 
     13. Regelbrugge, Molly K., 44 
     14. Ruthven, Katie, 35 
     15. Ruthven, Wyatt, 4 
     16. Satterlee, Thom, 64 
     17. Satterlee, Mary, 61 
     18. Slauson, Lon E., 59 
     19. Spillers, Billy, 30 
     20. Spillers, Brooke, 2 
     21. Webb, Delaney M., 19 
     22. Mangual, Jovan E., 13

March 31 - 2:56pm
DARRINGTON, Wash. (AP) - Authorities say the official death toll from the deadly Washington state mudslide has increased to 24. The Snohomish County medical examiner's office said Monday that it has received a total of 24 victims, and 17 of them have been positively identified. Previously, the official death toll was 21, with 15 victims identified.
 
The slide struck a rural area northeast of Seattle on March 22. Authorities have said more than two dozen people are still missing.

Photo: Landslide in Snohomish County, credit Sierra Sansaver.


Stories from local and regional reporters:
 

People Find Ways To Help After Landslide

 

March 27, 2014, 3:31 pm

Scouts in Arlington collect donations for neighbors affected by the nearby landslide. Credit Taylor Winkel.

People near the landslide in Snohomish County are looking for ways to help. At first emergency response commanders did ask people to stay away from the slide. But Bob DeYoung of Darrington, the small town on the other side of the landslide, says that wasn’t gonna happen.



 


 

Oso Landslide Could Be Deadliest Disaster In State History

Wash. And Tribal Officials Tried to Fend Off Slides


Landslide Death Toll Expected To Rise


National Guard Searcher Describes ‘Sifting’ Through Crushed House

March 26, 2014, 4:22 pm

Washington National Guard searchers are assisting in the effort to locate victims of the Oso landslide in Snohomish County. Photo Credit: Washington National GuardThe Washington National Guard has now deployed two Blackhawk helicopters to the Oso landslide. On the ground, specially-trained search teams Wednesday looked for victims in the mud and debris. Correspondent Austin Jenkins spoke to one of the National Guard searchers.
 


 

Front Line View Shows Why Search For Landslide Victims Is Slow

 

Rain Makes Slippery Search At Deadly Landslide More Complicated


Washington Guard Response Includes Fatality Recovery Team


Why It's So Hard To Pin Down The Number Of Missing People After A Disaster


County Officials Say Stricken Neighborhood Made Aware Of Landslide Risk


High Tech Tools And Tricks Aid Search For Landslide Victims


 

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