Footage Shows Massive Flood Wash Away Homes, Close Parts of Yellowstone National Park
The effects of the climate crises are readily apparent in early summer this year. Extreme heatwaves are happening across the country, and one small town Gardiner, Montana, is seeing unprecedented flooding at the doors of Yellowstone National Park. The flooding has forced residents and tourists to evacuate, with some stranded because the roads are underwater. One person captured footage of a house lifted from its roots and then floating down the Yellowstone River, and it looks almost entirely intact.