Dirt and debris cover half of East Pioneer Way in Puyallup after the adjacent hillside collapsed March 18. New state study identifies thousands of structures in potential landslide-hazard areas of Pierce County, but trims the amount of suspected vulnerability by thousands of properties
Dirt and debris cover half of East Pioneer Way in Puyallup after the adjacent hillside collapsed March 18. New state study identifies thousands of structures in potential landslide-hazard areas of Pierce County, but trims the amount of suspected vulnerability by thousands of properties Puyallup Police Department
Dirt and debris cover half of East Pioneer Way in Puyallup after the adjacent hillside collapsed March 18. New state study identifies thousands of structures in potential landslide-hazard areas of Pierce County, but trims the amount of suspected vulnerability by thousands of properties Puyallup Police Department

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Where are Pierce County’s greatest landslide risks? Not where the official maps say.

August 11, 2017 8:00 AM

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