Yellowstone Superintendent: Devastating Floods Were ‘A Thousand Year Event’

Brutal weather conditions ranging from extreme heat to tornadoes are plaguing several states. While extreme weather has moved out of Montana, devastation after the Yellowstone National Park flood remains. The Yellowstone superintendent hopes to reopen the park’s south entrance within a few weeks, though a visitor limit will be enforced. » Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC
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Yellowstone Superintendent: Devastating Floods Were ‘A Thousand Year Event’

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