The American Red Cross set up an evacuation shelter at Tenaya Lodge on Saturday, bringing back memories of a 1997 flood in Yosemite that caused extensive damage and shut the park down for two months. The storm is expected to intensify on Sunday.
The American Red Cross set up an evacuation shelter at Tenaya Lodge on Saturday, bringing back memories of a 1997 flood in Yosemite that caused extensive damage and shut the park down for two months. The storm is expected to intensify on Sunday. Julie Fullmer Special to Sierra Star
The American Red Cross set up an evacuation shelter at Tenaya Lodge on Saturday, bringing back memories of a 1997 flood in Yosemite that caused extensive damage and shut the park down for two months. The storm is expected to intensify on Sunday. Julie Fullmer Special to Sierra Star

Mandatory evacuations underway in Yosemite Valley

January 07, 2017 12:28 PM

UPDATED January 07, 2017 07:48 PM

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