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Yellowstone closes, Montana gov. declares flooding disaster amid criticism

Heavy rainfall and snow melt from warm temperatures led to historic flooding in the region over the weekend, prompting Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte to declare a state of emergency and forced 10,000 visitors at Yellowstone National Park to flee as surrounding communities wondered how they would rebuild after yet another setback.

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    Montana governor returns home to historic flooding, and criticism

    Montana governor returns home to historic flooding, and criticism

    Greg Gianforte and wife, Susan, were on a "personal trip" when disaster struck, causing millions of dollars in damage and forcing the closure of Yellowstone National Park.

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