Yellowstone National Park closes doors, empties guests in the midst of 'extraordinary' precipitation, flooding
Yellowstone National Park endlessly shut all doors and started clearing a few guests
Monday after weighty downpours prompted flooding and rockslides that cleaned out streets and something like one extension
Guests in the northern piece of the recreation area were being emptied because of "very dangerous circumstances
Various park-possessed structures, including a 10-man bunkhouse, have been cleared into the water later
More departures of guests were arranged as the day progressed, Park Superintendent Cam Sholly said in the delivery
He woke at 1 a.m. Monday to his pager signaling and hasn't quit working since.
The riverbank gave way underneath them, said Austin King, a fireman, and EMT in Gardiner