Sonja Mundt, center, and Kathy Thompson of Olympia, who were unexpectedly delayed by a landslide on Interstate 5, work on a puzzle at Woodland High School Thursday, while waiting for the freeway to reopen. The Red Cross provided many stranded travelers with food and shelter at the school.
Sonja Mundt, center, and Kathy Thompson of Olympia, who were unexpectedly delayed by a landslide on Interstate 5, work on a puzzle at Woodland High School Thursday, while waiting for the freeway to reopen. The Red Cross provided many stranded travelers with food and shelter at the school. Natalie Behring The Columbian (Vancouver, Wash.)
Sonja Mundt, center, and Kathy Thompson of Olympia, who were unexpectedly delayed by a landslide on Interstate 5, work on a puzzle at Woodland High School Thursday, while waiting for the freeway to reopen. The Red Cross provided many stranded travelers with food and shelter at the school. Natalie Behring The Columbian (Vancouver, Wash.)

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