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Mount Rainier Park Starts Long Road to Recovery

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Mount Rainier Park Starts Long Road to Recovery

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The gaping, debris-choked Nisqually River channel swallowed the Sunshine Point Campground at Mount Rainier National Park. Austin Jenkins hide caption

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The gaping, debris-choked Nisqually River channel swallowed the Sunshine Point Campground at Mount Rainier National Park.

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Washington's Mount Rainier National Park is still closed, more than a week after massive flooding and mudslides. Park officials say the damage is unprecedented and may take two years to fully repair.

Austin Jenkins from Northwest News Network reports.

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