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Debris litters Highway 123 on the first day of the storm.
Major Washout on Highway 123
Aerial surveys were first to spot a major washout at milepost 11 on Highway 123.
Aerial View of Damage on Highway 123
An aerial view of the washout at Milepost 11.
Damage on Highway 123
Debris litters Highway 123 in many places, and erosion has undermined the road.
Highway 123 Undermined
Highway 123 has been undermined by erosion in several places.
Washout Across Two Lanes
The washout at Milepost 11 cuts across both lanes.
Looking Down the Washout
The washout at Milepost 11 is about 70 feet deep.
More Damage on Highway 123
Another undermined section of Highway 123.
Flooded Highway 410
The White River flooded Highway 410 during the storm.
Highway 410 During Storm
Debris and water on Highway 410 during the storm
Crews Work to Protect Highway 410
State Highway crews worked to protect Highway 410 from damage during the storm.
Stevens Canyon Road Washed Out
The Stevens Canyon Road washed out in three places.
Flood Damage on Stevens Canyon Road
A washout on the Stevens Canyon Road.
Washout on Stevens Canyon Road at Backbone Ridge
A major washout of the Stevens Canyon Road, on Backbone Ridge above Ohanapecosh.
Last updated: August 1, 2014