Corrie Yackulic, right, an attorney representing several family members of victims of a 2014 Oso, Wash., landslide, hugs Lisa Bevjl, left, who lost her brother Alan in the slide, in King County Superior Court, Monday, Oct. 10, 2016, in Seattle after it was announced that a settlement had been reached in a lawsuit brought by survivors and family members of people killed in the slide against the state of Washington and a timber company that logged an area above the site of the slide.
Corrie Yackulic, right, an attorney representing several family members of victims of a 2014 Oso, Wash., landslide, hugs Lisa Bevjl, left, who lost her brother Alan in the slide, in King County Superior Court, Monday, Oct. 10, 2016, in Seattle after it was announced that a settlement had been reached in a lawsuit brought by survivors and family members of people killed in the slide against the state of Washington and a timber company that logged an area above the site of the slide. Ted S. Warren AP
Corrie Yackulic, right, an attorney representing several family members of victims of a 2014 Oso, Wash., landslide, hugs Lisa Bevjl, left, who lost her brother Alan in the slide, in King County Superior Court, Monday, Oct. 10, 2016, in Seattle after it was announced that a settlement had been reached in a lawsuit brought by survivors and family members of people killed in the slide against the state of Washington and a timber company that logged an area above the site of the slide. Ted S. Warren AP

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