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Yellowstone NP to fast-track repairs to re-open most of park after broad damage from floods


Parts of Yellowstone National Park will reopen to a limited number of visitors on Wednesday, and the National Park Service will spend $50 million to fast-track repair work to restore access to about 80 percent of the park within two weeks, officials said on Sunday.


The Park Service made the announcements a week after historic flooding prompted the closure of Yellowstone and the evacuation of thousands of visitors at the start of the busy summer tourist season.


https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/20/us/yellowstone-reopen.html

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