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Rail service was cut off to Canada's largest port, which saw a record amount of goods move through in the first half of this year.

Parts of Highway 5 in British Columbia, also known as Coquihalla Highway, collapsed. Several other major arteries remained blocked or partially closed.

More than 1,000 travelers were stranded in a small B.C. town, with locals taking them in and providing food and shelter.

At least one person is dead and two were missing in mudslides. Ten people were hospitalized.

"The damage is devastating to our city," officials in Sumas, Washington, said in a Facebook post. "These families and businesses need our prayers and support as we start the process of cleanup and rebuilding over the next few days."

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About 75% of the homes in the small Whatcom County community were estimated to have water damage as of Tuesday afternoon.

Tuesday night, residents there were advised to be ready to leave after a flood alert was sent out across the border in Abbotsford, British Columbia, the Vancouver Sun reported.

“If you are in the Sumas Prairie and have not already evacuated, you must do so immediate

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