SALT LAKE CITY — Crews in North Salt Lake are removing the remains of a home crushed in a landslide last month.
City officials say more work will begin in October on the residential mountain slope to help lessen the threat of future slides.
KSL-TV reports neighbors helped the Utrilla family remove heirlooms and personal things from the home Wednesday.
The development company that built the home damaged in the Aug. 5 slide has donated a $130,000 lot to build a new house. The company is asking people to donate another $500,000 for the project.
More than $338,000 had been raised as of last week.
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