In their home in Oso, Corey and Nikki Stinson talk with Nikki’s stepdad, Keith Johnsen, left, and their daughter Kelli Crane, right, about the mudslide. Their home has become a thruway for relatives and family friends volunteering in shifts at the site of the slide.
Nikki and Corey Stinson’s family is part of a core group of local volunteers who’ve taken days off regular jobs to be at the Oso mudslide site, running the fire-department kitchen, hosting out-of-town workers and doing many other tasks.
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