EVERETT, Wash. - The family of a man long missing in Washington's March 22 landslide is confirming that the latest remains discovered were his.
Steven Hadaway was installing a satellite television dish at a home when the slide struck. The 53-year-old's brother confirmed to KIRO-TV on Monday that the remains found last Thursday were his.
The slide occurred when a rain-soaked hillside above the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River gave way, obliterating a neighborhood in Oso, about an hour northeast of Seattle.
The remains of 42 people have now been recovered, with one person known to be missing -- 44-year-old Kris Regelbrugge, whose husband also died.
Authorities ended the active search for bodies late last month, but work continues to rebuild a highway through the area.
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