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Woman: Mudslide Likely Killed 4 Family Members

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SEATTLE (AP) - A Texas woman whose family members were in the area of the deadly landslide in Washington state says she has lost hope that they can be found alive in the rubble.

Nichole Webb Rivera says she frantically called and texted her parents, her daughter and her daughter's fiance when the massive hillside collapsed Saturday morning.

Rivera says her parents, Thom and Marcy Satterlee, lived in the center of the slide, and she doesn't think they made it out. She says her 20-year-old daughter, Delaney Webb, and Webb's fiance were visiting the older couple at the time.

Rivera lives in Houston but traveled to Washington after the slide. She said Monday after visiting the area: "We've lost four."

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