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Johnsons Landing resident reacts to slide prediction

Folks in Johnsons Landing have to live with another dose of bad news.

This summer, debris from the hills killed four people and destroyed several homes, but it's what DIDN'T come down that remains deadly.
Tuesday on Daybreak a geotechnical engineer revealed there's a huge unstable mass above the slide area, and it's difficult to predict if or when another slide may cascade down.

So how does one continue living there under such a threat? Angel Ortega runs the Johnsons Landing Retreat Centre, and lives beside the slide zone.
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