U.S. Mudslide Death Toll Rises to 14, 176 Reported Missing

The scale of the landslide becomes evident when seen by air. This tangled waterlogged area of mud and debris is all that's left after a massive wall of earth collapsed close to the U.S. town of Oso in Washington State over the weekend. The death toll has climbed to 14. Officials say 176 people are missing, although some are expected to overlap. Search crews have worked day and night, in treacherous quick sand conditions. But officials admit they have little hope of finding more survivors.

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