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BEN LOMOND (KCBS) – The site of a deadly mudslide 35 years ago in the Santa Cruz Mountains has been wiped out again.

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The saturated mountainside gave way near Ben Lomond on Monday. Love Creek Falls was destroyed.

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In January 1982, a quarter-mile swath of the hillside gave way.

Particularly hard hit was the Love Creek area near Ben Lomond. Ten residents would die in a massive slide including the McCluskey family. The bodies of the parents – John and Lynda – were recovered, but the remains of their little boys — Trevor and Kelly — were never found.

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No reports of deaths or injuries were reported in Monday’s mudslide.