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February 24, 2012 at 9:04 PM

Mount Si hiking trails to remain closed this weekend

Associated Press

 NORTH BEND– The Department of Natural Resources says hiking trails on Mount Si will remain closed through Tuesday while crews remove the wreckage of the single-engine plane that crashed Feb. 15.

Spokeswoman Toni Droscher says trail reopenings could be delayed longer if work this weekend is delayed by snow. She says the wreckage was spread over a larger area than initially thought.

Three people were killed in the crash at the 1,990-foot level of Mount Si near North Bend.

 

 

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