A landslide near Oso has dropped vertically more than four feet since Tuesday, according to geologists with the state Department of Natural Resources.
A landslide near Oso has dropped vertically more than four feet since Tuesday, according to geologists with the state Department of Natural Resources. Washington state Department of Natural Resources Courtesy
A landslide near Oso has dropped vertically more than four feet since Tuesday, according to geologists with the state Department of Natural Resources. Washington state Department of Natural Resources Courtesy

Oso-area landslide to close SR 530 through Thursday

April 09, 2017 08:14 PM

UPDATED April 10, 2017 02:12 PM

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