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FLAGSTAFF, AZ (AP) -

The saturated ground of a Flagstaff residential area has been flooded for the third time in just over a week.

The Arizona Daily Sun reports that thunderstorms have dumped heavy rain on slopes above Little Elden Springs since the middle of last week.

No immediate property damage in nearby neighborhoods was reported from the latest rain on Tuesday, but roads and driveways had to be graded again.

Meanwhile, public works crews are watching an earthen tank because of concern that it might breach because of overfilling.

The area received 2.25 inches of rain Tuesday.

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