Sandy leaves ALHS student strandedPublished 1:50pm Wednesday, October 31, 2012
By Lani Hanson
Ahlahasa co-editor agree
WASHINGTON — Hurricane Sandy made landfall on the east coast last night and has left an Albert Lea High School student stranded in Washington, D.C.
Sophomore Taylor Willis is with her mother, Tammy, who participated in the Marine Corps Marathon on Sunday.
“When we started the marathon it was windy,” Tammy explained. “A few hours later the wind started to pick up, and it just got stronger from there on.”
The Willises weren’t expecting to be affected by the storm and were planning to return to Minnesota this afternoon.
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