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Altogether, a total of 1, missing and presumed dead residents of the area were determined, and the landslide directly affected 2, people. And the village of Guinsaugon became, at least for the time being, a massive cemetery see color insert on p. More than 1, people were offi cially reported dead, buried under mud that was between 30 and feet 9. The casualty figure may have been underestimated, since the population of the village was 1, and only 57 of the remaining survivors were accounted for. During the week of the 14th, the Sun appeared momentarily and hundreds of residents of the valley villages returned.

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An earthquake rumbled through the Pamir Mountains on July 14, It was a small quake, hardly visible on the seismographs of the world, but it was enough to destabilize the boulders and outcroppings in this mountain range that traverses the Kirghizia-Tajikistan border. It was midsummer, a time for mountain climbers from Europe and beyond to travel to this part of Soviet Central Asia to climb the 20, foot-plus 6, mplus peaks, and on July 15, there were hundreds of them at various points in the Pamir range. But at the 19,foot-point 5, Most were swept off the mountain and into the valley below; several Swiss mountaineers were later found buried under the debris that had been shaken loose by the earthquake and sent tumbling down the mountainside.

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A thick forest covered the slopes almost to the top of the peak, and this forest remained intact, sliding downward, in one destructive slab, at ferocious speed. Rock ground against rock, shooting geysers of steam in the air, fi nally erupting in flames as the friction increased. Horrified onlookers witnessed a flameorange forest fi re that rocketed downward at hundreds of miles an hour, filling up the entire valley and consuming everything in its path. Within an instant, it plummeted toward the two sleeping towns, sweeping rocks, trees, snow, debris, and water along with it. Not one person in the hotels was able to leave his or her bed. Every building—from the simplest lean-to to the stone edifices of the church and the hotel—was crushed and mutilated.

Only those on the very outskirts of the village survived. The monster avalanche of January 17,was only one of a series that had plagued this popular tourist resort and hot springs for centuries. But it was by far the most devastating. It had snowed unrelievedly for two weeks before the avalanche, according to Stephen Matter, a local scribe. At the end of the two weeks, a large avalanche roared through the outskirts of the village, killing three young men. A search party, using sounding rods to detect bodies buried in snow, located the corpses and returned to the village that evening with them, thankful that Leukerbad had escaped a more destructive slide.

The party had hardly entered the village when a second, cataclysmic avalanche of tons and tons of powdered snow, preceded by cyclonic winds, thundered down the mountainside from the top of the 10,foot 3,m Balmhorn. The Church of St. Laurentius, where parishioners were gathered for evening vespers, was wrecked, killing all of those within. The three luxury baths were destroyed. Entire families were crushed and buried. Even the stories of survivors were tempered by tragedy. One man, caught in his wine cellar as he was searching for a bottle of wine to accompany his evening meal, was trapped alive for eight days. Finally rescued, he died soon thereafter of malnutrition and frostbite.

A horrendous series of avalanches—the worst since the series of slides that had buried hundreds of Italian and Austrian troops see avalanches, Alps, Tyrol —roared and raged through the Swiss, Austrian, and Italian Alps on January 20, Before tranquillity returned to the mountainsides, more than 45, people were trapped for weeks, were dead, and dozens of villages were in ruins. Even the posh resorts of Davos, Zermatt, Arosa, and St. Moritz did not escape the tragedy. Perhaps the hardest hit of all was the Swiss village of Vals, located 4, feet 1, The village disappeared entirely, and 19 of its residents were crushed to death.

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