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Downed trees, power lines force closure of 30-mile stretch of US 2 over Stevens Pass

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GOLD BAR, Wash. -- US 2 was closed indefinitely Sunday evening after downed trees and power lines blocked the road.

The Washington State Department of Transportation said the highway was closed at milepost 32 near Index for eastbound traffic and at the Summit milepost 64 for westbound traffic.

Officials said US 2  over Stevens Pass would be closed through at least Monday morning because of dangerous conditions.

Utility crews were working to clear trees, officials said.

Avalanche control work was scheduled for 4:00 a.m. Monday. That work usually takes 30 minutes to two hours.

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