200 residents remain stranded on the other side of a washout on Lolo Pass Road near Mt. Hood. Mick Eby is the Hoodland Fire Chief and says residents can walk to the area of the washout. “People can hike down along the riverside there. And then we’re going to set up with a shuttle so we can get them to a shopping center where they can get fuel and get back.” About a third of the isolated houses are rentals; the rest are permanent residences. Many of the volunteer fire fighters also live in the area. They're providing medical care and communications. All of the utilities in the area have been knocked out.