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Old 08-01-2007, 11:42 PM   #1
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I just saw an article in my local Utah newspaper about an RVer that may not have wanted to follow evacuation instructions or was elsewhere and had left his/her RV unattended at the campground.

HEADLINE: Southern Utah flooding destroys bridge, damages homes

Floodwaters damaged homes and one recreational vehicle and destroyed a bridge near Gunlock in Washington County on Wednesday.
Much of the muddy water that roared down the left fork of North Creek on Kolob Mountain wound up in the Staples subdivision, a family enclave of six homes built along a creek that winds along Kolob Canyon Road near Virgin.

BLAH BLAH BLAH .....

The recreational vehicle that was destroyed was the only one that remained in the Zion River Resort after evacuation orders were issued. About 40 people were able to get their recreational vehicles out of the park, which is built along the banks of the Virgin River, before waters reached dangerous levels.

Ooops.
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I just saw an article in my local Utah newspaper about an RVer that may not have wanted to follow evacuation instructions or was elsewhere and had left his/her RV unattended at the campground.

HEADLINE: Southern Utah flooding destroys bridge, damages homes

Floodwaters damaged homes and one recreational vehicle and destroyed a bridge near Gunlock in Washington County on Wednesday.
Much of the muddy water that roared down the left fork of North Creek on Kolob Mountain wound up in the Staples subdivision, a family enclave of six homes built along a creek that winds along Kolob Canyon Road near Virgin.

BLAH BLAH BLAH .....

The recreational vehicle that was destroyed was the only one that remained in the Zion River Resort after evacuation orders were issued. About 40 people were able to get their recreational vehicles out of the park, which is built along the banks of the Virgin River, before waters reached dangerous levels.

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