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(CNN) — Brenda Neal was still at the fire house at midnight, watching as rescuers caked with mud returned from the search for survivors of a massive landslide in rural Washington state. But they had no answers for her about her missing husband, Steven. There was despair on their faces, she said. Rescuers on Tuesday continued to battle mud and debris — with the consistency of quicksand in some places — in the search for survivors, but hopes dimmed as no one has been rescued since the slide on Saturday.
CNN’s Ed Payne, Matt Smith, Ralph Ellis, Ashley Fantz, Dana Ford and Janet DiGiacomo contributed to this report.