Oso mudslide rescuers aren't giving up

They are sad, they are exhausted, but the operation is still being called a rescue and recover operation and not just a recover operation. Spirits are low, and the rain doesn't help, but everyone is still hoping for a miracle.

"If dozens more bodies are found or left entombed in the debris, the Oso mudslide could become one of Washington state's largest disasters. The 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens killed 57 people, and a 1910 avalanche near Stevens Pass that struck two trains killed 96.

We do know this could end up being the largest mass loss of Washingtonians," Gov. Jay Inslee said Thursday. "We're looking for miracles to occur."

From KOMO news,

http://www.komonews.com/news/local/Wea...

This is really sad.