How Big Was the Bingham Canyon Landslide?
May 20, 2013 | Salt Lake City Tribune
An article in the Salt Lake City Tribune compares the landslide at the Bingham Canyon copper mine to other large landslides that have occurred during recorded history.
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Pittsburgh: Landslide Capital of the East
April 8, 2014 | WTAE News
WTAE News has a video report on a large landslide, with a chute about 100 yards wide on the side of Mount Washington. Pittsburgh has lots of landslides because it is a city flanked by steep river valley walls, lots of precipitation and weak red shales forming much of the bedrock.
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18 Missing and 3 Dead in Washington Landslide
March 23, 2014 | BaxterBulletin
Three people were killed and at least eighteen are missing after a landslide crashed through six homes, blocked a road and formed a dam across the north fork of the Stillaguamish River.