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Employees have returned to the University of Minnesota Medical Center in Minneapolis, after they were evacuated when a massive mudslide brought a Mississippi river bluff next to the hospital tumbling down Thursday evening. Authorities say no one was injured, and the West River Parkway — where the debris fell — will remain closed for a few days for clean up.

Carolyn Wilson of the University of Minnesota Medical Center gives Here & Now's Robin Young an update on the hospital.

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  • Carolyn Wilson, RN, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Fairview and co-president at University of Minnesota Health.

This segment aired on June 20, 2014.

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