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More land slides behind evacuated homes in Riverdale


Ben Erickson of the Utah Geological Survey and his partner arrived late Wednesday ... The slide is just behind several homes and Erickson says it will continue. "It's still active," Erickson said. "It's still dangerous something you don't want to get ...


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