Agence France-PresseApril 1, 2014 07:02
"We're still in shock, really," says Ben Sullivan.
As the likely death toll from the monster landslide in the picture postcard valley town of Oso climbs into the dozens, that's a common feeling round here, more than a week after the catastrophe.
"We all know someone who died, or is still missing," added Sullivan, who ran a bake sale Sunday with his sister Bea next in nearby Arlington, to raise funds for families of the victims.
Heart-wrenching stories of victims and survivors of the massive mudslide have emerged.