Washington Governor Jay Inslee talks privately with two residents personally affected by the mudslide
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Washington landslide: Family members await news

Rescuers are continuing to search for survivors, after a landslide killed at least 14 people in the US state of Washington.

Officials now say as many as 176 people may remain unaccounted for after the 177ft (54m) wall of mud hit near the town of Oso, north of Seattle.

Families have been anxiously awaiting news of their loved ones, as well as assessing the damage caused to their homes.