Woman Loses Baby, Mother in Washington Mudslide

Natasha Huestis lost her mother and her baby in the landslide but says she won't give up.
3:00 | 03/30/14

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And then that happens is your own. It just it just keeps being deeper and deeper like that. Almost think the cuts you know how many can -- -- before it is you -- -- collapse. It was one of those mundane details of every day existence her mom Christina Jeffords would watch the baby beautiful little some know -- Estes. -- to -- went to work. And it's. Can never imagine this happening to anyone. And then the earth moved and both of them were swallowed up by the cold indifference of nature's whims. They were found ten feet from one another by volunteers poking holes into the five million cubic yards of devastation. -- Feel strongly in the Indian. Film really strong and I still like that because of my mom sister funeral services. That. -- known I would check in bargain with someone. And we can could make a deal. Natasha is left behind without her baby. Former colts and -- -- will be forever frozen her mother's mind as she lives. -- -- -- -- I wish that I would had -- -- there because. He's look there and -- idea. And he. -- -- the world party put into words what it's like to lose your mother and your daughter your past and your future. It's too easy for years someone missing infill -- and not -- get out of it. In them. My mom and never bombing I -- my life -- Never. In the garage of Jan twenty befriended the family is a gut wrenching collection of things found near babies -- -- and her grandmother. Muddy photos including this one of Natasha -- her mom a little Angel a Seahawks. Silverware. Trophies for better times the stuff of life. This was and one of the sacks. The box was Waterford crystal. From the wedding and totally intact not broken. Inside the baby stuff -- always lovingly cleaned left out to dry. These are the remains of the Tosh is home the shreds of one woman's life. It's not over in this so many good things to come. --

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