Landslide Resources And Helping Victims

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SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASHINGTON - MARCH 23: In this handout from Washington State Dept of Transportation, an aerial view of the hill that originated the mudslide March 23, 2014 between Darrington and Arlington, Washington. Eight people have been confirmed dead and at least 18 others are still missing after a massive mudslide leveled homes and blocked a river and a road. (Photo by Washington State Dept of Transportation via Getty Images)

(Photo by Washington State Dept of Transportation via Getty Images)

How  To Help:

Donate to the Red Cross online HERE, call 1.800.Red.Cross or text ‘REDCROSS’ to 90999 and $10 will be added to your cell phone bill. Please do not bring donations to Red Cross shelters.

Donate to the Cascade Valley Hospital Health Foundation here.

Also, the Washington state Combined Fund Drive has launched a special campaign to help victims.

Other resources:

If you are impacted by the slide or know someone who is, you can search for family members on the Red Cross website or register yourself as ‘safe and well.’

Snohomish County Slide Emergency homepage: click HERE.

Snohomish County’s Frequently Asked Questions page: click HERE.

Shelters are open at Post Middle School in Arlington and in Darrington at 570 Sauk Avenue. For additional information about shelters or to report someone missing, call 425.388.5088

Officials are also asking everyone to stay away from the slide area to prevent any more injuries.



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