Heavy Rains Damage Mojave National Preserve South of Las Vegas Roads
Author: Nevada Globe Staff
LAS VEGAS – Roads in the Mojave National Preserve south of Las Vegas have been partially washed away by recent heavy rains.
On Friday, the park announced that all principal roads were closed until further notice because of flash floods that destroyed multiple asphalt roadways.
According to the National Park Service, recent storms washed away sections of Black Canyon Road and submerged S. Kelbaker Road under a layer of rocks, sand, and debris.
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