Norway landslide

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A massive landslide occurred on Dec. 30 within the city of Gjerdrum, Norway, about 25 miles north of Oslo. It swept away more than a dozen houses and other buildings, killing at least six people and injuring at least 10.

More than 700 people were evacuated from the city because the walls of the crater formed by the slide were continuing to collapse.

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A massive landslide occurred on Dec. 30 within the city of Gjerdrum, Norway, about 25 miles north of Oslo. It swept away more than a dozen houses and other buildings, killing at least six people and injuring at least 10.

More than 700 people were evacuated from the city because the walls of the crater formed by the slide were continuing to collapse.