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(Arlington, WA)  --  Officials say the death toll from the March 22nd mudslide in Snohomish County, Washington is 28 and the number of people missing has decreased to 20.  Improved weather in the area has made it somewhat easier for search crews to sift through the massive amounts of mud and debris resulting from the slide.  The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is reportedly formulating a plan to create a new channel around the debris field to divert spring runoff into the Stillaguamish River and reduce the chance of further flooding.

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