GALLERY: See the flood damage in Yellowstone Park
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YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyoming – Weekend rain showers in Yellowstone National Park have resulted in flooding, rockslides and other hazardous weather conditions.
Many of you have captured the damage on camera. Here is a list of pictures and videos gathered from social media.
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Severe flooding due to unprecedented heavy rain on snow is forcing the closure and evacuation of Yellowstone National Park.
Mudslides, rockslides and flooding are wiping out roads and bridges across the region.
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— US StormWatch (@US_Stormwatch) June 13, 2022
Part of a house is dragged into rushing water in Gardiner, Montana, as the Yellowstone River flooded after "unprecedented" rainfall.
— ABC News (@ABC) June 14, 2022
— whyaskit (@whyaskit1) June 14, 2022
— Breaking 4 News (@Breaking_4_News) June 14, 2022
— Eyewitness News (@ABC7NY) June 14, 2022
— Madison Atkinson (@matkinsontv) June 13, 2022