Small Northern California Community Isolated by Massive Landslide

Requa, near Crescent City  in Del Norte County at the mouth of the Klamath River is cut off.

About 78 people who live above the slide on Requa hill at the mouth of the Klamath River have been stuck without power since late Saturday.

On Monday, the Del Norte County Office of Emergency Services was boating in food and fuel to residents who were starting to run low on supplies.

http://www.triplicate.com/20110403111784/News/Local-News/Requa-area-still-cut-off-by-landslide

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2 Responses to “Small Northern California Community Isolated by Massive Landslide”

  1. Those poor people!

  2. Chris Cook Says:

    Hi, I like your blog, was hoping to get in touch via email…is there any email you can provide or send to me for some news-related material I’d like to share your way? My email is cdcook@igc.org.Thanks!

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