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La Conchita Residents Stay Despite Known Risks

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La Conchita Residents Stay Despite Known Risks

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La Conchita Residents Stay Despite Known Risks

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General view shows the destruction caused by a massive landslide in La Conchita, Calif. Reuters hide caption

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Rescuers are still hoping they can find survivors in La Conchita, Calif., where a massive mudslide killed 10 people. Over the last 25 years the community has been hit by earthquakes, wildfires and landslides. Despite the town's dangerous history, most residents have no thoughts of moving. NPR's Carrie Kahn reports.

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