60 hikers were left stranded in Utah park after flooding wiped out the roads and wrecked vehicles

60 hikers, including a mom and six-month-old baby, were left stranded in Utah as flash flooding wiped out the roads and wrecked their pickup trucks

  • A group of over 50 hikers at a Utah national park were left stranded last Thursday after flash flooding trapped them on a mountain
  • The floods began around noon, and it took until late that night for everyone to make it out of Capitol Reef National Park safely
  • A helicopter was called in to airlift some of the hikers out of the affected…

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