Communities Come Together After Washington Landslide

Mar 26, 2014
Originally published on March 25, 2014 11:05 am

Communities in Washington are still reeling and trying to recover from a massive weekend mudslide that wiped out buildings and claimed many lives.

People in the community of Darrington, Washington are struggling to comprehend the scope of the disaster.

The people who lived in the homes destroyed by the mudflow are friends, relatives and neighbors.

From the Here & Now Contributors Network, Carolyn Adolph of KUOW reports.

We then turn to Janet Kabe, a Darrington resident, who has been volunteering at the community center there. One of her neighbors is still missing.


  • Carolyn Adolph, reporter at KUOW.
  • Janet Kabe, Darrington, Wash., resident
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