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Emergency declared in Colorado mudslide area, search halted

A four-mile-long (6-km) mudslide (C) which occured May 25, 2014 is seen from Hwy 330 near the Grand Mesa National Forest close to the town of Colburn in western Colorado May 26, 2014.  REUTERS/Pablo Spencer

A four-mile-long (6-km) mudslide (C) which occured May 25, 2014 is seen from Hwy 330 near the Grand Mesa National Forest close to the town of Colburn in western Colorado May 26, 2014. REUTERS/Pablo Spencer

A four-mile-long (6-km) mudslide (C) which occured May 25, 2014 is seen from Hwy 330 near the Grand Mesa National Forest close to the town of Colburn in western Colorado May 26, 2014. REUTERS/Pablo Spencer
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A four-mile-long (6-km) mudslide which occured May 25, 2014 is seen from Highway 330 near the Grand Mesa National Forest, close to the town of Colburn, in western Colorado May 26, 2014. REUTERS/Pablo Spencer

A four-mile-long (6-km) mudslide which occured May 25, 2014 is seen from Highway 330 near the Grand Mesa National Forest, close to the town of Colburn, in western Colorado May 26, 2014. REUTERS/Pablo Spencer

A four-mile-long (6-km) mudslide which occured May 25, 2014 is seen from Highway 330 near the Grand Mesa National Forest, close to the town of Colburn, in western Colorado May 26, 2014. REUTERS/Pablo Spencer
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