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You Won’t Believe What Was Found 12 Days After Deadly Washington Mudslide



A fatal mudslide brought debris down the Stillaguamish River near Oso, Wash., Saturday, March 22, 2014, stopping the flow of the river and destroying several homes. (AP Photo/The Herald, Genna Martin) AP Photo/The Herald, Genna Martin

Nearly two weeks after the horrific landslide in Oso, Wash., that killed dozens, rescuers found signs of life on Thursday.

Somehow, a dog managed to survive for 12 days and make his way through the debris.


When rescuers found the dog, a Golden Retriever named Boomer, he had some cuts on his legs and was suffering from hip problems. He was taken to a veterinary clinic in Arlington, Wash., and was believed to be doing well.

Sadly, his owners did not survive the deadly slide.

Many readers were asking how they could adopt Boomer on KING-TV's website. However, no additional details were available on Thursday.


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