World Flash flooding hits southern Utah national parks, closing roads by News Line June 25, 2022 written by News Line June 25, 2022 13 views 13 Flash flooding hits southern Utah national parks, closing roads Extreme levels of flood danger were announced in Utah National Park, with 60 rescued by helicopter. Search and rescue crews evacuated about 60 people by helicopter Thursday as flash flooding emptied Capital Reef National Park in southern Utah, washing out roads and a popular outdoor destination for rocks and valleys made of red rock. But both visitors and park rangers were trapped. Two dead, 14 wounded in Norway nightclub shooting, police say A spokesman for Wayne County, Utah, told KSL that there were no casualties and that the visitors suffered only minor injuries. The floods damaged seven or eight vehicles. Thunderstorm waterfall, Capitol Reef, June 23, 2022. @KSL5TV @KSL_Matt @utwxSocial @kslweather @kvandykewx pic.twitter.com/9uADxMla0b — Mike McPharlin (@Papa_Michael_J) June 23, 2022 Monsoon storms in the southwest have flooded or closed roads throughout southern Utah, and before the evacuation, the National Weather Service issued a warning to the area on Thursday. However, Wayne County spokeswoman Cassidy Brown told the media outlet that the park still hosts “maximum” visitors. 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail News Line Blogger and Content writer previous post Two dead, 14 wounded in Norway nightclub shooting, police say next post Biden slams ‘extreme’ Supreme Court for ‘tragic error’ on abortion Related Posts A coal mine fire in southern China’s Guizhou province kills... September 25, 2023 Another Sikh leader of the Khalistan Movement killed in Canada September 21, 2023 Putin to meet Chinese president next month, report September 20, 2023 Bitter meeting of the Canadian High Commissioner in the Indian... September 19, 2023 India could be behind killing of Canadian Sikh Leader: Trudeau September 19, 2023 9 Juvenile Inmates Escape from Pennsylvania’s Abraxas Academy September 18, 2023 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.