Washington Governor Jay Inslee (D) updates State of the Union on the devastation and search efforts in the wake of the Washington landslide.
Ways you can donate to help the victims of the landslide:
-You can donate by texting "RedCross" to "90999" or calling 1-800-REDCROSS, or donate online at the Northwest Response page.
-The Salvation Army also has volunteers on the ground providing food and water to first responders – with plans to help restoration efforts going forward. You can donate to their Snohomish response here.
-The United Way of Snohomish County has also established a recovery fund for mudslide relief. You can donate to that here.
-Gov. Jay Inslee has launched a mudslide relief campaign. You can donate via his website to one of three organizations helping with the relief effort.
-The Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation has also established a fund for landslide victims. You can donate here, and, according to the foundation, 100% of funds raised will go to those affected by the landslide.
-A landslide information and relief effort Facebook page has also been set up with information on relief efforts and how residents can find resources.
-Snohomish County is urging anyone affected to get updates on Facebook or on Twitter at @snocounty and @SnoCoSheriff for all information related to #530slide. Those offering localized help for anyone affected are also posting on the Facebook page. Additional updates can also be found on their slide news and resources page.
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Former CIA official and CEO of the Chertoff Group Chad Sweet, sonar technology expert Arnold Carr and satellite expert and pilot Ken Christensen on how poor satellite data and sonar technology impact the search for MH370.
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