Commerce’s emergency management team responds to regional fuel needs after damaging storms

The landslide on State Route 112 which isolated communities in Clallam County following the Nov. 15 storms. The road remains closed and it is estimated repairs may take several months.
The landslide on State Route 112 isolated communities in Clallam County. The road remains closed and it is estimated repairs may take several months. (Washington State Department of Transportation)
Following the historic flooding, repairs start along Highway 1 in British Columbia where damage was much worse.
Following the historic flooding, repairs start along Highway 1 in British Columbia. (BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure)
Near Coquihalla, British Columbia, a bridge was washed out by flood waters on Highway 5.
Near Coquihalla, British Columbia, a bridge was washed out by flood waters on Highway 5. (BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure)

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