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Eight people have been declared dead nearly two days after a landslide in Washington state buried homes and cars under mud and tangled debris up to 15 feet deep, reports Reuters. According to the Associated Press, up to 108 people have been reported missing as of Monday afternoon.

The search for victims was due to resume early on Monday after dangerous, quicksand conditions forced rescue workers to suspend their efforts at dusk on Sunday, says Reuters. Some workers had to be dragged to safety after becoming mired in mud to their armpits.

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