Yellowstone national park closed after record rain and major flooding

All entrances to national park blocked off as floods inundate roads and bridges, and some houses swept completely away

Yellowstone national park has closed down in the face of extreme weather that caused major flooding after record levels of rainfall.

The surging floodwaters had pulled houses into rivers and forced rescues by air and boat, but they have now begun to slowly recede, leaving tourists and others stranded after roads and bridges were knocked out by torrential rains that swelled waterways to record levels.

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