Landslide Reconnaissance Following the December 3, 2007 Storm
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Landslide Reconnaissance Following the December 3, 2007 Storm 
 

Lewis County

On December 3rd, melting snow and warm rain sent the Chehalis River basin into flood stage, inundating at least 300 residents, submerging Interstate 5 and causing numerous landslides throughout the county. Landslides occured in Lewis County in two stages: the first occured during the rapid snow melt and heavy rains; the second occured post-flooding in newly eroded banks and saturated soils.

Please click on the links below to view landslides:

Spooner Road | River Road | Chandler Road | Pe Ell

Spooner Road | River Road | Chandler Road | Pe Ell

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Stephen Slaughter
Geology & Earth Resources Division, Hazards Geologist
Washington State Department of Natural Resources
360-902-1498
Fax 360-902-1785
stephen.slaughter@dnr.wa.gov

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