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Muddy Search Dog Rests After Hard Day's Work in Oso Recovery Effort

Image: A search dog waits by the feet of Washington National Guardsmen to be washed after working the debris field created by the Oso mudslide
A search dog waits by the feet of Washington National Guardsmen to be washed on March 27, after working the debris field created by the Oso mudslide. Seventy Guardsmen from across Washington have been activated to help with search and recovery efforts in the wake of Saturday's mudslide. Spc. Matthew Sissel, 122D PAOC / Washington National Guard

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A search dog waits by the feet of Washington National Guardsmen to be washed after working the debris field created by the Oso mudslide. Seventy Guardsmen from across Washington have been activated to help with search and recovery efforts in the wake of Saturday's mudslide.

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