NORTH SALT LAKE -- Residents attended a community meeting Wednesday night to address concerns in the wake of a landslide, and a family who lost everything spoke about the incident.
The Utrilla family's home was destroyed, and at Wednesday's meeting family spokesman David Utrilla said he believes the city is avoiding responsibility and should replace their home.
"Even if they don't have a legal obligation to do that, I believe they have a moral obligation," he said.
Other residents in the area have relocated belongings and are seeking temporary shelter, worried about future damages. FOX 13 News' Gene Kennedy spoke with residents and city officials about the issue Wednesday night, see the video above for his report.