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(KSL News) -- The state has 180,000 sand bags all over the state that are ready to be deployed in case of flooding. Division of Emergency Services Spokesman Derek Jensen says cities in Southern Utah ran out of sand bags during the flooding in January. "We have two sand bag machines that can fill about 1,600 sand bags an hour."
The sand bags are located in UDOT warehouses from Odgen to Cedar City.