Three hundred stranded at Greyhound bus station
The area's record snowfall stranded 300 people at the District's Greyhound bus station, according to officials with the American Red Cross .
The American Red Cross in the National Capital Region contracted with the Hardee's restaurant in the bus station to provide lunch and dinner for the passengers and crew until Red Cross vehicles are able to get there, officials said.
Officials said the Red Cross will reassess the situation to determine if an overnight shelter needs to be established at the site.
Red Cross officials said once travel is safe they will go to the station to provide cots, blankets and refreshments to the stranded passengers.
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