NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! After the trench collapsed on the
coastline, two workers died and work resumed on Tuesday as the slopes were too unstable to recover on Monday.
"It was on a very steep slope. It's just an unstable surface for us to continue," said Michel Pidak of theCoastline Fire Departmenton Monday night. Told.
A Washington state labor industry official was dispatched to the scene. Mr Pidak said the men were citizens, but did not know who hired them.
The city's recent permit records show that residents were replacing part of the collapsed side sewerage on private land.
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A trench in Washington collapsed on the shoreline, killing two people.
Around 8:30 pm, a long horse lead to suck up loose soil and relieve pressure around the place where the male body was buried so that it can escape safely. Three vacuum trucks have arrived. Pidak later stated that attempts to use vacuum trucks were unsuccessful.
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"The soil is too hard It was overloaded, "she said.
Pidak stated that the bodies ofpeople were buried under"at least three feet of the earth." The first on-site health care worker was able to connect with some health care workers who were exposed enough to use an automated external defibrillator. No heart activity was detected.