Rescue Dogs Continue Search In Washington After Deadly Mudslide
It has been more than two weeks since a major mudslide ravaged Oso, Washington and with reports of missing persons lingering, search and rescue dogs are working around the clock to find any signs of life.
Their jobs haven't been easy. Last week, cold temperatures and rain forced rescue teams to suspend operations for two days to give the search dogs a break. Today, the search continues as 12 people remain missing, according to the Associated Press.
33 people have died.
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