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Fourteen killed by a landslide in Washington state

24 March 2014 Last updated at 21:08 GMT

Authorities in the US state of Washington have found six more bodies after Saturday's huge landslide, bringing the number known to have been killed to 14, say police.

Earlier, authorities said as many as 108 people were unaccounted for after the 177ft (54m) wall of mud hit near the town of Oso, north of Seattle.

Search crews have worked day and night, using helicopters in the dangerous conditions that destroyed 30 homes.

David Willis reports from Washington DC.

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