The body of 44-year-old Kris Regelbrugge, whose husband also died, was pulled out of the debris from the March 22nd disaster.
Officials say another body has been recovered from the site of a landslide that killed dozens of people
On Monday, officials called off the active search, though two bodies remain entombed in the tangled pile
Fisheries biologist Pete Verhey waded through the cold, clear creek that feeds into the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River, scanning riffles and side channels looking for evidence of fish eggs.
As medical examiners painstakingly piece together the identities and lives of the 29 people known killed when a mudslide wiped out a small Washington community, one mystery troubles them.
Mainly dry weather is forecast Monday through Wednesday in Western Washington, which should help recovery workers at the site of the Oso mudslide who have been working in the rain.
With search and cadaver dogs leading the way, rescuers using small bulldozers and their bare hands pushed through sludge strewn with splintered homes and twisted cars to find 10 more bodies in the debris of a Washington state mudslide, authorities said.
Authorities said Sunday that water that built up behind a massive deadly mudslide in Washington state is trickling downstream, but they’re not alarmed by it.
Whether you’d like to head to the snow for sledding and skiing, or stay indoors enjoying food and wine, there’s plenty to do a short drive from Seattle this weekend.