The North Fork of the Toutle River flows past 150-foot walls of debris created nearly 30 years ago when an earthquake caused a massive landslide and collapse of the weakened north face of Mount St. Helens, letting loose the top 1,300 feet of the mountain in a terrible torrent.
The North Fork of the Toutle River flows past 150-foot walls of debris created nearly 30 years ago when an earthquake caused a massive landslide and collapse of the weakened north face of Mount St. Helens, letting loose the top 1,300 feet of the mountain in a terrible torrent. The Olympian
The North Fork of the Toutle River flows past 150-foot walls of debris created nearly 30 years ago when an earthquake caused a massive landslide and collapse of the weakened north face of Mount St. Helens, letting loose the top 1,300 feet of the mountain in a terrible torrent. The Olympian

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