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A Lynnwood Fire Department rescue worker walks next to the side of a destroyed house at the beginning of the slide debris near mile marker 37 on Highway 530 on Monday, March 24, 2014 after a giant landslide occurred near mile marker 37 near Oso, Washington on Saturday. State Geologist Dave Norman says the slide is about 4400 feet wide and that they are evaluating the flow via stream gauges. Geologists from the DNR, DOT and USGS are all actively working to monitor the scene. The county has over 100 responders on both east and west sides are currently on the ground, and is continuing to use air support in their efforts. LINDSEY WASSON/THE SEATTLE TIMES