The Oso mudslide, one year later: Still Oso Strong

It’s been a year since the Oso mudslide that took the lives of 43 people, engulfed a neighborhood, covered about a square mile with earth, mud, rock and debris, including SR530, a critical route through the area.

This Sunday, the people of the communities that were affected by the disaster, families, first responders, and volunteers with gather for a 530 Remembrance. I think it’s mostly for the people who were directly involved, but I have a feeling a lot of other folks are going to want to honor and support those who experienced the tragedy firsthand, so here’s the information they posted on the Oso Strong Facebook page:


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