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NICK ON THE ROCKS

Mt. Rainier’s Osceola Mudflow

  • Aired: 03/02/2017
  • 04:50
  • Rating: NR
5,600 years ago, a Mt. Rainier eruption sent a wall of mud careening down the White River Valley to Tacoma. The Osceola Mudflow created the Enumclaw Plain by burying a formerly rugged Puget Lowland with hundreds of feet of volcanic mud — a plain now home to over 500,000 people.
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The Osceola Mudflow created the Enumclaw Plain by burying a formerly rugged Puget Lowland.
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