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EASTSOUND, Wash. — High winds and freezing temperatures have left Moran State Park in a state of utter disarray with fallen trees and branches dotting the landscape.
A building was crushed beyond repair and there is extensive damage to roads, waterlines, roofs and vehicles after a storm with 90-MPH winds hit the islands Feb. 3-4.
“It was a really intense event,” said Park Manager Chris Guidotti. “We had staff here overnight trying to keep the roads clear and trees were crashing all around them – so kudos to them.”
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