Workers sifting through debris at the Oso mudslide in Washington are finding about 50 personal items a day.
The Daily Herald reported they include books, photos, guns, computers and cameras.
The Snohomish County manager overseeing the slide recovery, Gary Haakenson, says personal items are cleaned and taken to a reunification center where they can be claimed by family members.
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