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UPDATE: 2 More Washington Mudslide Victims Identified

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EVERETT, Wash. (AP) - Two more victims of the Washington mudslide have been identified, and the missing list is down to two.
    
The Snohomish County medical examiner's office released the names Tuesday of 52-year-old Steven D. Harris and 53-year-old Teresa C. Harris. Like the rest of the 41 victims they died of multiple blunt force injuries in the March 22 landslide that buried homes in the town of Oso, about 55 miles northeast of Seattle.
    
The Harrises lived in Edmonds and spent weekends at their cabin on the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River.
    
Two names remain on the Snohomish County sheriff's list of the missing. They are 53-year-old Steve Hadaway who was in Oso making an installation for DISH Network, and 44-year-old Kris Regelbrugge, whose husband's body has already been recovered.

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