The website of the Mount St. Helens Institute crashed from so many permit seekers. (Mount St. Helens Institute)

The website of the Mount St. Helens Institute crashed from so many permit seekers. (Mount St. Helens Institute)

Volcano climbers crash Mount St. Helens permit website

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