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    Moment Of Silence At Landslide Site

    Wochit Headline News

    by Wochit Headline News

    Still struggling to find possible bodies buried in mud, rescue crews will hold a moment of silence Saturday at the exact hour one week ago when a landslide struck rural Washington state, killing 17 people. The momentary vigil is part of a statewide observance scheduled for 10:37 a.m. Pacific time, the appointed hour on March 22 when a hillside mass collapsed 60 miles northeast of Seattle and obliterated homes, trees and anything else in its path for hundreds of acres in a Stillaguamish Valley community called Oso.