Taos County in state of emergency due to flooding

TAOS, N.M. (KRQE) – Due to high levels of flash flooding, Taos County is in a state of emergency according to Taos County Manager Steve Archuleta.

Two roads have been washed out from water coming off mountain canyons, and crews have been working to clear the damage.

Archuleta said a few homes have been flooded, and the county is making sand bags available at county offices.

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