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NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 24, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The massive mudslide in Washington state introduced; before and after pictures shown.

(Oso, Washington: Joe Fryer) The destruction from the slide reviewed; scenes shown of splintered buildings, a hovercraft on the search, the Oso fire station flag at half mast, and the rescue of Buddy the dog; aerial photo shown of the Steelhead Drive area, which took the brunt of the damage; photos shown of some of the missing, including Navy Cmdr. L. John Regelbrugge†† and his wife, Amanda Lennick††, Stephen Neal††, and Linda McPherson††. [John’s brother Greg REGELBRUGGE†, 3 WOMEN, OFFICIAL- comment.]

(Over Oso, Washington: Miguel Almaguer) An aerial tour of the damage presented; details given about a slide 8 years ago.

Williams, Brian;
Fryer, Joe;
Almaguer, Miguel

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