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(KSL News) Thunderstorms moved over the Salt Lake Valley last night, dumping rain so quickly that the drains in Murray couldn't handle it.
Minor street flooding was widespread. Several garages and basements filled with water, but it was nothing like last year's floods in the same neighborhood.
"This is probably one of those 50-year storms. Last year it was a 100-year storm," one resident told us.
Damage was minimal, but cleanup will be significant.