Utah Residents Brace for Record-Breaking Snowfall as Hundreds of Homes are Buried in Snow
Brighton, UT (Feb 18, 2023) – The small mountain town of Brighton, Utah is facing an unprecedented winter weather event. With over 500 inches of snow already fallen and more on the way, homes in the area have been buried and the resort town is facing a record-breaking winter. Mayor Dan Knopp has declared a state of emergency and is urging residents to take all necessary precautions.
The snowfall has been relentless, with no end in sight. The town has been blanketed in snow, with some homes completely buried. The snow has caused power outages and blocked roads, making it difficult for residents to get around. The town has also seen an increase in avalanches, which have caused further damage to homes and businesses.
Mayor Knopp has been working with local and state officials to provide assistance to those affected by the snowfall. He has also been working with the National Guard to help clear roads and provide emergency services.
The town of Brighton is no stranger to winter weather, but this year has been particularly challenging. With more snow on the way, the town is bracing for the worst. Mayor Knopp is urging residents to stay safe and take all necessary precautions. He is also asking for donations to help those affected by the snowfall. – Wasatch Defense Lawyers does not represent any parties mentioned above, nor is it our intent to represent any of the parties. If you would like to contribute to this story, or are in need of a legal consultation, contact us through our website or by calling (801) 980-9965 – Source: ABC3340.com