Sons stranded in earthquake-torn Nepal

!Denise Henley, left, and Shari Jensen monitor social media and seek information on their sons, Carihi grads Aidan Anderson and Tyler Kelly, while sitting in Henley’s dining room Wednesday. The 18-year-old men have been stuck in a remote Nepalese village since being caught in last week’s 7.8-magnitude earthquake in Nepal. - J.R. Rardon/Campbell River Mirror
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