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A little of about 1000 people stuck in death valley national park left in despite of flood

“All roads to and out of a park currently closed and will remain closed until park staff can assess the extent of situation,” the National Park Service said Friday.

The park had about 500 visitors and 500 employees on Friday, according to the agency, and stranded visitors can leave if they want to. wish. No injuries were reported.

abby Vines, public affairs Officer for The National Park Service told CNN on Friday the number of visitors to Death Valley National Park volunteer left a park.

Despite road closures, Wines says “No one stops” visitors if they find way out of a park.

At the Death Valley Hotel, about 60 cars belonging to visitors and staff are buried under the rubble. news release.

A little of about 1000 people stuck in death valley national park left in    despite of flood

Park got 1.46 inches of rain, second- rainiest day ever record management started in 1911, missing record According to CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri, 1.47 inches is dripping.

It’s almost 70% of Average rainfall in Death Valley and more than 1300% of average August rain.

At 61 of 111 years old of record-content, annual precipitation in in valley didn’t make it to friday amountJavaheri said.

about an inch of it’s been raining for an hour, something that’s happening on on average every 1000 years, according to Javakheri.

Until Friday, only 0.04 inches were recorded in Death Valley. of rain in 2022 driest start to July from 1953, when there was no rain at all.

guilt says it is not clear when the roads will reopen. The park remained closed on Saturday as many roads were “critically damaged” by the storm, according to the California Department. of Transport.

“Drivers should don’t try to bypass any closure access park,” Caltrans said. in en update.

Highway 190, which crosses the park from west to east, will be closed for the weekend due to crews. work clean it up, update said.

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