ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Flood cleanup continues around the state, and you can added an Albuquerque city park to the list of places getting attention.
Still partially under water is the usually busy Mariposa Park in northwest Albuquerque.
It's where countless kids and adults play soccer, baseball and other sports.
The city says the park has built-in pumps that have been working nonstop since the flooding started. Only the flooded part of the park is closed as activities continue in the remainder.
The city is hopeful all the water will be pumped out sometime Tuesday, but the ground is still very soggy. The city doesn't know of any sporting events that have been canceled because of the flooding.
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