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T� WALL STREET JOURNAL. <br />This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only. To order presentation -ready copies for distnouuun to your colleagues, clients or customers visit <br />http://www.djreprints.com. <br />http://www.wsj.com/a rticles/settle men ts-re a ch e d -in-lawsu it-over-2014-mudslide -in -oso-wash -1476147214 <br />U.S. <br />Settlements Reached in Lawsuit Oxer <br />2014Mudslide in Oso, Wash. <br />The mountainside collapse was the deadliest landslide in U.S. history <br />RECEIVED FROM <br />AND -MADE A PART OF THE RECORD AT THE <br />COUNCIL MEETING OF gill., <br />OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK <br />TERESA TAKAOKA, ACTING CITY CLERK <br />Corrie Yackulic, right, an attorney representing several family members of victims of the 2014 Oso, Wash., landslide, hugs <br />Lisa Bevjl, left, who lost her brother Alan in the slide, in King County Superior Court in Seattle on Monday. PHOTO: TED S. <br />WARREN/ASSOCIATED PRESS <br />By JIM CARLTON <br />Oct. 10, 2016 8:53 p.m. ET <br />The state ofWashington and a local timber company have agreed to pay $60 million to <br />survivors and families of those who died in a devastating 2014 mudslide that buried the <br />mountain community of Oso, 60 miles north of Seattle. <br />Under separate settlements reached on the eve of a trial that was set to begin in state <br />Superior Court in Seattle on Monday, the state agreed to pay $50 million. <br />The timber company, Grandy Lake Forest Associates LLC, agreed to pay $10 million. <br />The March 2014 collapse of the mountainside was the deadliest landslide in U.S. history, <br />unleashing a wall of mud and debris that killed 43 people and destroyed more than 40 <br />