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October 13, 2021

Union Gap landslide continues to slow

YAKIMA (AP) — The pace of the 20-acre Rattlesnake Ridge landslide in central Washington near Union Gap is continuing to slow, officials said.

Yakima County emergency services director Tony Miller said measurements taken in August show the slab is moving less than 2 inches each week, The Yakima Herald-Republic reported.


 
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