Gabby Kernaghan, right, pauses during a candlelight vigil inside the Darrington Community Center for the communities affected by the Washington mudslide.
Gabby Kernaghan, right, pauses during a candlelight vigil inside the Darrington Community Center for the communities affected by the Washington mudslide. McClatchy-Tribune
Gabby Kernaghan, right, pauses during a candlelight vigil inside the Darrington Community Center for the communities affected by the Washington mudslide. McClatchy-Tribune

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April 12, 2014 07:48 AM

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