GARDINER, MONTANA – Yellowstone National Park authorities inspected damage Tuesday,
as the park remained closed until at least Wednesday due to catastrophic floods and rockslides that degraded roadways,
ripped bridges apart, and forced evacuations this week.
With water levels "above record levels" and more rain forecast over the next
few days, authorities shuttered all five park gates on Monday.
Multiple road and bridge collapses, power outages, and mudslides have occurred in the park, prompting evacuations to begin in the park's northern section.