The Assistance League of Everett’s Donna Day peeks into a room filled with salvaged clothing July 5, after a water valve break in June damaged the Everett building’s offices and clothing storage spaces. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

After flood, volunteers spent hours sorting, washing clothes

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