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‘Whole face of the mountain’ fell in valley

The sights and sounds of rocks rolling down mountainsides are common but still captivating phenomena for the residents of the Nile Valley in central Washington state. But a landslide over the weekend was more than the 1,500 people in the area have ever seen. “We just had the whole face of the mountain just pretty much come off,” said Valerie Royster, manager of the Woodshed Restaurant, which sits just across the road from the edge of the landslide.div class=”feedflare”
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