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May 16, 2014
OSO, Snohomish County (AP) — The roughly mile-long stretch of Highway 530 buried by the Oso mudslide could open by late June, state Department of Transportation officials told Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday
The stretch of the road would be in rough shape, officials said, but it would provide a faster and safer link to Interstate 5 for the town of Darrington, which was cut off by the massive mudslide.
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