Restrictions Ease at Utah's Dams

Restrictions Ease at Utah's Dams

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(Undated-AP) -- They've finally done away with those dam restrictions.

The restrictions, put in place when the nation went on an orange-level security alert, shut down the free guided tours at Utah's Flaming Gorge and Glen Canyon dams.

But with tensions easing, and the security alert level back to "yellow," the federal Bureau of Reclamation has decided to resume the tours at the huge dams.

Visitors will have to pass through metal detectors, and no large bags are allowed in the visitors' center or on the tours.

(Copyright 2003 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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