Strong storms in the Midwest and Texas interrupted travel for hundreds Monday night into Tuesday, leaving 1,000 stranded at the Denver International Airport.
An airport spokesperson said nearly 800 people opted to camp out in the B concourse over spending the night at a hotel.
DIA's website still shows a number of cancellations Tuesday morning. A link to that site can be found on the side of this page.
The airport says they are working to get everyone a new flight.
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