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PHOTOS: KHQ Covers The President In Oso

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KHQ sent two crews to the west side of the state to cover the President's trip to Oso on April 22, 2014 KHQ sent two crews to the west side of the state to cover the President's trip to Oso on April 22, 2014
KHQ.com - President Obama visited Oso one month after the deadly mudslide that so far has killed 41 people.

KHQ's Kelsey Watts was in Everett where the President landed and KHQ's Sean Owsley was in Oso during the President's visit.

They tweeted out, along with our field producer Josh, a lot of pictures during their coverage, and you can see them all in the slideshow attached to this story.

Follow Kelsey Watts on Twitter @KHQKelsey, Sean Owsley @KHQSean and KHQ Producer Josh @KHQJoshPflug.

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