Massive landslide on Whidbey Island destroys 1 home, 17 others inaccessible
COUPEVILLE, Wash. — A large landslide in the Ledgewood neighborhood, south of Coupeville, has made 17 homes inaccessible and seven other homes were evacuated. One home was said to have been destroyed by the slide.
Neighbors on Fircrest Avenue told the Whidbey Examiner that they heard something that sounded like a sonic boom or loud thunder at 4:15 a.m. Wednesday. One resident also reported that large trees that once could be seen on the bluff are missing.
The paper reported a home on Driftwood Way was “impacted” by the landslide, but was also said to be unoccupied.
Read more: http://q13fox.com/2013/03/27/massive-landslide-on-whidbey-island/#ixzz2Om3HTmHn
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