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Taking stock in Johnsons Landing

The mudslide that hit Johnsons Landing, B.C., on July 12, 2012, left a wide swath of destruction. (Bob Keating/CBC)
Seven weeks ago, a huge landslide roared down a mountainside and through remote Johnsons Landing, north of Nelson. Four people were killed instantly - and the community was literally cut in half by a mountain of debris. Much of Johnsons Landing is still considered a disaster area - a 'no go' zone for the public with security posted along the only road. Seven weeks ago, our reporter Bob Keating was one of the first on the scene. He recently returned to Johnsons Landing to see how people are coping. Here's what he heard:
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