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(CNN) – It has been one month since a devastating mudslide smothered Oso, Washington, a town about an hour north of Seattle.
At least 41 people were killed, and two people are still missing.
President Obama met with relatives of the victims Tuesday, and with rescue crews.
The effort to find the missing, is still very much in-progress.
CNN's Ana Cabrera reports.