Glacier National Park’s Going to the Sun Road experienced a mudslide back in July of 2012 (Click here for some information caught of the Montana mudslide), but that mudslide was minimal compared to the most recent mudslide in Washington’s Snohomish County.
With the death toll from the recent western Washington mudslide up to at least eight now, there are still 18 people unaccounted for, and the rescue efforts were halted last night, due to lack of light. The search continues today, though, for survivors, but rescuers are finding no signs of life among the debris. The mudslide blocked the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River, and could still possibly cause flooding from debris piling up and pooling water that could overflow.
Here is some footage and more information on the mudslide from nydailynews.com:
Below is also some aerial footage posted that shows the extent of the damage from the sky:
(Information via nydailynews.com & usatoday.com)