President Obama speaks Tuesday inside the Oso Fire Department after surveying the damage from last month’s mudslide. The day included news of $7.5 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency being released to help Snohomish County absorb the disaster’s costs.
President Obama flew over the
site of the March 22 mudslide in a Marine helicopter, met privately with the families of victims in Oso and then spoke at the Oso Fire Department.
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