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  • Threat of historic storm spurs city preparation

    As Western Washington is bracing for what it is called the most powerful storm in more than 50 years, Tacoma city workers are gearing up and preparing for the worst. Sand bags are piled up in a roadway at downtown Tacoma. Power crews are trimming overgrown trees to protect power lines from being knocked down during the storm.

As Western Washington is bracing for what it is called the most powerful storm in more than 50 years, Tacoma city workers are gearing up and preparing for the worst. Sand bags are piled up in a roadway at downtown Tacoma. Power crews are trimming overgrown trees to protect power lines from being knocked down during the storm. Mantai Chow mchow@mcclatchy.com
As Western Washington is bracing for what it is called the most powerful storm in more than 50 years, Tacoma city workers are gearing up and preparing for the worst. Sand bags are piled up in a roadway at downtown Tacoma. Power crews are trimming overgrown trees to protect power lines from being knocked down during the storm. Mantai Chow mchow@mcclatchy.com

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