Your KOMO news team filming the Snoqualmie Flood

Eastside Boot Camp captures KOMO

Eastside Adventure Boot Camp owner, Kimbrough Kendall & Husband Jeff Kendall were traveling the Snoqualmie area with their hummer (H2) to find people in need of sand bags, help with transportation, anything to get our community safe. We drove by our daughters school and found your team roughing the pretty intense waters running through the streets of Snoqualmie.

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local yocal says ... on Wednesday, Jan 7 at 8:53 PM

authoring a post that pats yerself on the back and do'n some advertising at the same must have made all A's in business school. question: how many sandbags can an h2 carry? answer: 2, in the front seat!

Joe "" Kennedy says ... on Wednesday, Nov 12 at 10:48 PM

Good on you! Thank you for everything you do!

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