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Search and Rescue Efforts are Over

Cedar Rapids, IA (CBS 2/FOX 28) -  Crews are now saying that the search is officially over more than a month after a mudslide killed dozens in a town outside of Seattle.
Crews are now shifting their efforts into rebuilding the town, even though two people are still missing.
The Sheriff says crews aren't able to get to the areas where the two bodies are believed to be.
He says the river is running too high, and it's extremely dangerous.
In total, 41 people were killed in the mudslide.
Geologists say that the mudslide's pressure has been relieved and rebuilding can begin.

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