Shelters in Seattle are reaching capacity (includes video story)

Severe weather in Seattle has hundreds of unhoused people seeking warmth in shelters.

Christopher McNary is staying at the Salvation Army Shelter in the Soto neighborhood in Seattle. He believes if more resources are offered, people will use them.

Salvation Army shelters are expanding their capacity. It opened two emergency shelters to welcome more people in need.

Felicia Grant, the head of social services for the Seattle Salvation Army, says these weather conditions are dangerous.

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