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(KSL News) -- One of the hardest hit areas is Beaver Dam, Arizona.
The tiny town just over the Utah border is home to 200 residents.
The damage is severe. Seventeen homes have been destroyed, with about 13.5 million dollars worth of damage, and a lot of cleaning up.
By Wednesday afternoon, a few residents had power, but only those on the south side of the washed out bridge. Those on the north side can expect a longer wait.
Not only is losing a home costly, it's heart-wrenching.
Brian Taylor, Beaver Dam:"The strangest thing is, as I was in there trying to get out as much as I could, inside the house, knowing that I’ll never get in there again."
The main bridge into town has been washed out and will take months to repair.
But a local road grader operator has bladed an old B-L-M road that is allowing folks to get in and out of town.