SUNCREST, Wash. - The Suncrest Fire Station is opening as a temporary warming shelter for Stevens County residents without power.
More than 2,800 are without power, according to the Inland Power outage map.
Fire Chief Mike Bucy said Stevens County Fire District 1 will keep the station open in Suncrest 24/7 until power is restored.
He advised people bring blankets and sleeping bags to the station. He recommended bringing snacks and something to do because the station's internet is down.
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