Severe flooding in the Yellowstone area on Monday, June 13, left many roads inaccessible in Red Lodge, Montana, a city that touts its status as a “base camp” for visitors to the national park.
Footage shows Rock Creek, a 52-mile river, overflowing into town and damaging roads. According to Carbon County officials on Facebook, all roads out of town were closed except for one.
The city also instituted a mandatory boil-water order due to a line break that contaminated the water system, according to officials. Credit: @Norseman on YT via Storyful
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