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Posted: Thursday, September 19, 2013 10:30 pm

With the much-needed rain came a deluge of water that has left much of New Mexico mopping itself up.

Our neighbors in Madrid out on N.M. 14 are cleaning up after a river of mud and coal blanketed the town. A dozen or so families up in Chili, by Española, watched an overflowing Rio Chama submerge their homes. Other areas in Southern New Mexico were damaged, as were spots in the sprawling Navajo Nation.

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