A very slow and small one this time but enough to close the highway. From The Bellingham Herald:
Slow-moving landslide near site of 2014 slide shuts road
Authorities in Washington state say a road has been closed and some evacuations were recommended near a slow-moving landslide close to the site of a massive deadly slide northeast of Seattle in 2014.
Snohomish County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Shari Ireton said Friday that people who noticed cracks on a road near Oso this week called officials.
She says a state geologist who went to the area about 1.5 miles west of the 2014 slide found several sites where significant cracks in the slope indicated movement.
Geologists are calling it a "reactivation of small portion of a previous landslide," Ireton said in a news release.
The March 2014 mudslide killed 43 people.
Ireton says a one-mile stretch of a state highway has been closed as a precaution until at least Saturday when geologists can continue inspecting the area.
Specifically, occupants of 11 homes have been asked to evacuate. Other area residents are being updated on developments through the night.
The Oso slide was what prompted me to take the CERT training and get my radio license - there are a lot of things that can happen out here and we need to be personally responsible for our own well-being.