Flash Flood Washes Debris From Black Mountain Fire's Burn Scar on to Utah Highway

StoryfulWeatherPublished: July 13, 2018
Published: July 13, 2018

A flash flood warning was issued in southern Utah on Thursday, July 12, and State Route 13 in Beaver County was closed due to flooding and debris washed onto the road from a burn scar caused by the Black Mountain Fire. The floods meant several vehicles were stuck on the highway, Utah Highway Patrol Lieutenant Todd Royce told local reporters. The Black Mountain Fire burned 6,000 acres in Beaver County, in west central Utah, in late June and early July. This video, shared online on July 12, shows flooding at State Route 130 in Beaver County. Credit: Michelle Carter via Storyful

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