Winter storm topples trees on Park homes

By | December 4, 2014

The Hungry Horse News reports that trees came crashing down when an intense winter storm hammered Glacier National Park on Nov. 29 and 30, damaging homes and structures in the Park’s Headquarters District. Numerous trees fell on about 20 structures in the housing area on the west side of the Park. Six residential homes sustained structural damage, and one Park employee family was displaced from their home.  Read the full story here.


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