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Dramatic moment Montana National Guard aircrews rescue dozens of people trapped in Yellowstone floods

Dramatic new images show the crew of the National Guard helping civilians stranded by a severe flood in Yellowstone National Park. Images released by the Montana National Guard show a disastrous view over the shoulders of a helicopter crew flying low in the devastated countryside and towns of June 13-14. In a photo taken over the edge of the helicopter deck, a soldier is dropped onto the roof of a house surrounded by a sea of ​​brown water with a glider system. Another person is looking at a flooded house from a helicopter with people standing on the roof. You can see the soldier's gloved hand clasping the pulley cable and ready. The image shows a sea of ​​floods, a valley of rivers full of lakes, and a neighborhood sunk even by a rainbow pouring from a storm on the horizon. Photo (some showing distant mountains and the plains of Montana) also conveys the power and beauty of the landscape devastated by elements over the past week. The image is the latest in a series

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