Community responds with food, shelter and crisis counseling after landslide tragedy

WRANGELL - Multiple resources are responding Tuesday to help people affected by the massive landslide at 11-Mile on Monday night that killed at least three, with three others still missing.

The growing list includes food, temporary shelter, or just a warm place to spend the day with family and friends.

Angela Stires, an evacuee and a nurse at Wrangell Medical Center, said she and her family were provided rooms at the Stikine Inn, which has been offering shelter to people displaced by the landslide. She lives at 12.6-Mile.

"The Stik has been awesome," she said. "They gave us all rooms, even wit...


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