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A house is seen destroyed in the mud on Highway 530 next to mile marker 37 on Sunday the day after a giant landslide occurred near mile marker 37 near Oso, Washington. At least six homes have been washed away, with three people reported dead so far and at least eighteen missing. The nearby Stillaguamish River has been dammed up by 15-20 feet of debris as a result, creating more flooding concerns, as reported by KING 5 via the state hydrologist. (AP Photo/The Seattle Times, Lindsey Wasson, Pool)
Jessica Nemnich (left) and Eric Finzimer, both volunteer firefighters, clean and re-check their equipment as they await instructions in the aftermath of the Highway 530 landslide at the Darrington Distrct 24 Firehouse, in Darrington, Wash., Sunday. Rescue crews searched into the night for survivors from a massive mudslide that killed at least three people, after hearing voices from the debris field pleading for help. (AP Photo/The Seattle Times, Marcus Yam)
WASHINGTON: Some Ohioans in town Friday for the inauguration described President Donald Trump as the embodiment of their hopes, while others in the crowd met the watershed moment with wariness and protest.