Steelhead Drive Is Gone After Mudslide, Along With Many Lives Lived on It

New York Times: The words, recorded by the Snohomish County emergency response system in the frantic minutes after a giant wall of earth slid down the mountain here on the morning of March 22, were breathy and labored. "All the homes on Steelhead Drive are gone," a man said with long pauses between his words. Those eight words proved bleakly authoritative. Though there were victims from elsewhere in the narrow Stillaguamish River Valley among the 28 confirmed dead by the medical examiner and 20 others still......

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