This Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018, photo shows a crack in Rattlesnake Ridge south of Union Gap, Wash., that has been growing and has prompted evacuations of nearby residents and the closing of Thorp Road. Authorities have urged about 50 people to evacuate due to the slow-moving landslide that's expected to break loose by the end of February.
This Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018, photo shows a crack in Rattlesnake Ridge south of Union Gap, Wash., that has been growing and has prompted evacuations of nearby residents and the closing of Thorp Road. Authorities have urged about 50 people to evacuate due to the slow-moving landslide that's expected to break loose by the end of February. Shawn Gust Yakima Herald-Republic
This Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018, photo shows a crack in Rattlesnake Ridge south of Union Gap, Wash., that has been growing and has prompted evacuations of nearby residents and the closing of Thorp Road. Authorities have urged about 50 people to evacuate due to the slow-moving landslide that's expected to break loose by the end of February. Shawn Gust Yakima Herald-Republic