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Sunday marks one-year anniversary of Washington mudslide that killed 43 people

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WASHINGTON (WITI) — Sunday, March 22nd marked the one-year anniversary of a deadly landslide in Washington.

Folks gathered Sunday to remember the 43 people killed one year ago.

The mudslide wiped out the Steelhead Haven neighborhood in Oso, Washington.

Officials said it moved quickly — at about 50 to 70 miles-per-hour.

At Sunday’s ceremony, officials read the names of the victims and rang a bell in their honor.