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(AP) -- Residents are cleaning up today after heavy rain sweeps through Utah and cause damage.
Parts of Southeastern Utah were drenched Wednesday.
Rain caused rivers to swell and overflow, causing flash flooding in San Juan County.
Flash flooding in Bluff washed out a bridge, covered roads, and caused some evacuations.
Several homes on the Navajo reservation are flooded out and residents are working to save what they can.
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