Megan Vasquez

volunteer, resident, Crestline, CA

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Residents in the San Bernardino Mountains are still digging out from the snow. Now another storm bringing rain complicates the situation.

San Bernardino Mountains residents face new concerns after snow

Residents in the San Bernardino Mountains are still digging out from the snow. Now another storm bringing rain complicates the situation.

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