Employees Stranded After Access Road Crumbles Due To Floodwaters (Watch)

Employees Stranded After Access Road Crumbles Due To Floodwaters (Watch)

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Employees Stranded After Access Road Crumbles Due To Floodwaters (Watch)

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The heavy rainfall and subsequent flooding near Yellowstone National Park has been absolutely devastating.

The raging rivers have wipes out road, taken out bridges, and destroyed homes and other infrastructure across the region.

The video below shows destruction to Montana Route 419 between Nye, MT and the Stillwater Mining Company. The road was damaged by rushing floodwaters from the Stillwater River.

Q2 is reporting that 56 employees were stranded at the mine due to the road collapsing yesterday afternoon.

RELATED: Yellowstone National Park To Be Evacuated | All Entrances are CLOSED!

Video posted to Facebook by: John Downard: “Road up by Stillwater mine.”

Our thoughts and condolences are will all of those effected by this devastating natural disaster. Here’s to hoping that the waters recede quickly and that people can began to heal and rebuild.

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