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On March 22, 2014, a terrible landslide that carried tons of mud, rocks, trees, and other debris, sheared off a mountain slope four miles east of the small community of Oso, Washington. The slide crushed over 40 buildings, blocked the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River causing severe flooding, and, most tragically, ended the lives of 43 people who lived or worked or were simply passing through the rural area below the slide. Forty-three cedar trees were planted next to SR 530 as a memorial to those lost lives. Each tree has a small wooden heart at its base with the name of the people. Other mementos have been added to each tree by family and friends. The memorial includes steel replicas of each of the mailboxes that were buried, as well as small stacks of rocks, and other things to remember those who died that day. Oso is on SR 530, 16 miles east of I-5, between Arlington and Darrington. This collection is about remembering the loss of life and about the love of the people who remain.
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