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Yellowstone National Park reopens major roadway months after devastating floods

A flooded out North Entrance Road in Yellowstone National Park. (Jacob W. Frank/National Park Service via AP)
A flooded out North Entrance Road in Yellowstone National Park. (Jacob W. Frank/National Park Service via AP)

Back in June, major flooding and rock slides destroyed major roadways and whole communities in and surrounding Yellowstone National Park. Crews have now completed a months-long construction of the major roads.

Will Walkey of the Mountain West News Buruea reports.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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