"We just thought it was wrong that the First Responders were just left out there to fend for themselves with MREs and whatever they could stuff in their pockets. So we wanted to find a way we could serve First Responders. We wanted to do it right. So we all got our Incident Command System training through FEMA and we're all background checked and fingerprinted. We know how to conduct ourselves on an incident."
The Soup Ladies have been serving about 250 people a day, on average, since Saturday's mudslide.
More detail about this good news story at: mynorthwest.com