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NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 25, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The mudslide in Washington introduced; photos shown.

(Oso, Washington: Miguel Almaguer) The search for the missing in Oso featured; 911 calls played; scenes shown of search teams; details given the recent earthquake and the warning from scientist Dan Miller†† about a catastrophic failure; photos shown of Steelhead Drive resident Amanda Lennick†† and the men working for her, Bill Welsh††, Steve Neal†† and Steven Hadaway†, and of John & Kris Regelbrugge††, who are all missing. [Snohomish County emergency management director John PENNINGTON†, MILLER, daughter Brandy HADAWAY†, father John REGELBRUGGE, Jr.†– comment.]

(Darrington, Washington: Joe Fryer) The rescue & recovery operations in Darrington featured; scenes shown of the devastation. [Missing woman Summer Raffo††’s brother Dayn BRUNNER††, WOMAN, volunteer Shari BREWER††– comment.]

Williams, Brian;
Almaguer, Miguel;
Fryer, Joe

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