Natasha Huestis had left her four-month-old daughter with her mother when the Washington landslide hit. Natasha says she realized she lost both of them when she learned "there was nothing left where the houses were." She speaks to Gary Tuchman about how she is finding strength in a time like this.
After watching Anderson for years, we can no longer support CNN. We live in the disaster area of the OSO mudslide, here in Darrington, WA and are disgusted with CNN, an American company, that they would cover a foreign story constantly and ignore, for the most part, this many deaths and missing, right here in America. If this had been on the east coast, the coveragewould have been 24/7. Goodbye CNN.
Reblogged this on Kylie Sabra Speaks and commented:
This is so close to home; literally just 25 miles away. It's really hard to wrap youself around such loss.
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