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These days, resident Morris Crane is very glad he owns a pickup truck. Without it, the nosebleed he suffered recently could have become a major problem. Crane, along with 13 other families, lives on the other side of a washed out Elk Trail in La Cueva in the Jemez Mountains, a dirt road that was cut in two by a flash flood two weeks ago.
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