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Federal and local officials speaking at a community meeting Thursday, June 19, all but guaranteed that lives and property will be at risk from flash floods, rock falls and mudslides when monsoon rains hit thousands of acres burned in the Slide Fire.Brian Klimowski, of the National Weather Service, tells a  community meeting on post-Slide Fire dangers Thursday, June 19, that, “Any thunderstorm is capable of causing a life-threatening impact.”

As work continues in an effort to lessen the threat, they emphasized there is nothing they can do to prevent it.

The meeting, held in the performing arts center at Sedona Red Rock High School, was attended by upwards of 150 residents along with more than two dozen representatives from agencies involved in the post-fire assessment and planning.

For the full story, see the Wednesday, June 25, edition of the Sedona Red Rock News.


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