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Flooding danger prompts warning

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The Associated Press

SANTA FE — A federal wildfire response team is recommending that the popular recreation area of Pecos Canyon remain closed to the public for two years because of hazards from recent major wildfires in the Santa Fe National Forest.

The federal Burned Area Emergency Response team concludes that Pecos Canyon east of Santa Fe will be at high risk of erosion, hazardous debris and flash flooding due to potential runoff from slopes burned by the Tres Lagunas and Jaroso fires, the Santa Fe New Mexican reported Monday.


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