ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - On Sunday, cleanup from the latest storms was ongoing as more storms and flood warning popped up all over central and northern New Mexico.
Catron County was hit so hard by flooding, roads had to be closed in Glenwood. The Red Cross is providing shelter at the Glenwood Elementary School and an evacuation center at the town’s community center.
The roads have since been reopened. The extent of damage in the area is unknown.
Also, on Sunday, State Police released the name of the man who was killed Saturday after his car was washed away by flood waters in Sierra County.
Police say Steven Elsely, 53, of Phoenix, was found in his car which was partially underwater in a rugged area nearly a mile from State Road 51.
In central New Mexico, Rail Runner service was canceled Sunday due to flood damage.
Crews are working to repair at least one bridge that was washed out on the Santo Domingo Pueblo. They are also inspecting other bridges.
Repairs should be completed soon and Rail Runner service is expected to resume Monday.
In Southwest New Mexico, the Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument was closed and won’t reopen until later this week.
FEMA will be in New Mexico on Monday to assess the damage caused by the flooding.
This comes as Gov. Susana Martinez upgraded the state emergency operation center to level 2, which means resources will be stepped up to coordinate the state's response to the flooding.
With more rain expected over the next few days, the governor says the resources are needed.
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