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Snow and rain have caused significant damage to roofs in Pollock Pines, leaving many buildings vulnerable to leaks and collapses.

The heavy rain has started to melt the snow in the mountains, but for some, the damage is far from over.

One victim of the extreme weather is Marlene Ruth’s Pollock Pines Museum, which housed a collection of six thousand dolls that are now crushed under the weight of snow and ice.

Despite attempts to clear the roof before it caved, the snow was too much to handle.

The situation is exacerbated by the melting snow adding mud to piles of snow and increasing the weight on roofs.

However, some residents are grateful for the rain, which has brought an end to days of being snowed in without power.

Nonetheless, the rain does little to alleviate the pain of those who have lost their possessions and memories due to the storm.

Another building in the area is also at risk of collapsing, making it clear that the effects of the snow and rain are far-reaching and long-lasting.

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