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Authorities in rural Washington worked feverishly Sunday to find survivors after a landslide tore through the area north of Seattle, killing eight people and injuring seven. More than a dozen people are still unaccounted for. The Saturday landslide, which encompassed about one square mile, was caused by groundwater saturation tied to heavy rainfall in the area over the past month.

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