Rain wreaks havoc

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Rain wreaks havoc

Crews cleaning up after debris, mud piles up amid storm
Matt Sullivan with Canyon Construction Co. in Durango uses a shovel to clean up mud and debris from the parking lot of the Horse Gulch Health Campus on Monday after weekend and overnight rain brought debris flows down Horse Gulch onto the campus the firm constructed.
Sunday morning, heavy rain washed away the ground beneath the sidewalk along Goeglein Gulch Road, closing several hundred feet of the sidewalk.
Drivers on East Animas Road (County Road 250) slowed down Monday in a few areas where slick mud covered the road.
Sunday morning’s heavy rain damaged Goeglein Gulch Road.

Rain wreaks havoc

Matt Sullivan with Canyon Construction Co. in Durango uses a shovel to clean up mud and debris from the parking lot of the Horse Gulch Health Campus on Monday after weekend and overnight rain brought debris flows down Horse Gulch onto the campus the firm constructed.
Sunday morning, heavy rain washed away the ground beneath the sidewalk along Goeglein Gulch Road, closing several hundred feet of the sidewalk.
Drivers on East Animas Road (County Road 250) slowed down Monday in a few areas where slick mud covered the road.
Sunday morning’s heavy rain damaged Goeglein Gulch Road.
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