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He was the brave little boy who brought hope back to his community in the aftermath of the Oso landslide. Baby Duke was also the youngest survivor of the landslide. Two years later, he's doing great. He's also growing up.
Forty-three people were killed on March 22, 2014, when one square mile of an unstable hill collapsed.
A group of cyclists rode through Oso on Sunday to remember the victims of the deadly 2014 landslide, and celebrate the strong communities of the Stillaguamish Valley.
It's a question that's been asked over and over since March 22, 2014. How do we prevent future landslides like the one that took 43 lives in Oso? A lawsuit filed on Friday say the state is going about it all wrong.
As the community marks the second anniversary of the Oso landslide, we're checking in on some of the brave first responders who rushed into help back on March 22, 2014.