Natural Disaster Strands Over 1000 In AMERICAN Desert – Decision Shocks…

President Biden could have another big problem on his hands.

Up to 1,000 people are currently stranded in Death Valley National Park.

It is estimated that 500 tourists and 500 staff are stranded in Death Valley National Park because of “unprecedented” levels of rainfall and flooding.

It is estimated that almost an entire year’s worth of rain has fallen on the area in just a few days.

As a result, the park has become flooded like never before.

Because of the rarity of such large amounts of rain, the staff and park is not properly equipped to deal with the flooding.

No injuries or deaths among the trapped people have been reported yet.

Park officials are hoping to evacuate the people quickly because “more rain is expected later in the week and the ground is very saturated.”

Every road in and out of the park is currently closed.

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