Without warning mudslide covers Washington town (Photos)

Pool photo by Lindsey Wasson

Pool photo by Lindsey Wasson

At least 14 people are dead and as many as 176 are missing following a devastating mudslide over the weekend in Oso, Washington.

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This handout photo from Washington Governor Jay Inslee's office shows the rain-soaked hillside which collapsed on Saturday, March 22, causing the mudslide that devoured dozens of houses. 

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Members of a swift water rescue team look on as a truck pulling a horse trailer drives away from the mudslide blocking Washington's Highway 530.

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This handout from the Governor's office shows an aerial view of the deadly mudslide on Sunday, March 23. 

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(Left to Right) Dan Regelbrugge and his nephew Kyle Regelbrugge talk with Washington Governor Jay Inslee at a Red Cross shelter at the Community Center in Darrington, Washington March 24, 2014. The two men have been digging around the area where Kyle's parents house was buried in a massive landslide. 

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Officials survey the damage from Saturday's mudslide, which swept debris and at least one house onto Highway 530 near Oso, Washington. 

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Brenda Neal inspects aerial photos of a massive landslide for any signs of her missing husband.

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Kristopher Langton shares a moment with his five-month-old son, Kristian Langton, at a temporary Red Cross shelter at the Darrington Community Center. Against the wishes of authorities, Langton says he traveled more than a mile across the entire mudslide, wading through debris and quicksand-like mud to help rescue four adults and an infant. 

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The roof of one of the houses swallowed by the mudslide is seen in this aerial view of the destruction provided by Governor Inslee's office. 

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Clothing and shoe donations pile up at the temporary Red Cross shelter at the Darrington Community Center. 

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Concerned citizens listen as Gov. Jay Inslee addresses the media in Arlington, Washington. 

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The Oso Community Chapel near the area impacted by the mudslide. 

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Seven-year-old Riley Bradley sits with the donations she brought to the temporary Red Cross shelter at the Darrington Community Center. 

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A search and rescue worker rides a boat along a flooded portion of Highway 530 on Sunday, March 24.