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Instagrammers have led to the ruin of California’s “super-bloom”

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The owners of the tourist attraction in Rose Hill have taken to Facebook to announce that they are close to the California super-bloom-a hot spot for an indefinite period of time, pointing to a lack of infrastructure to handle the hordes of people who flocked to see the flowers.

“This decision has been the hardest thing that we, as a family, have ever made,” the Ryan family, which owns the space, he wrote in the long post. She also added that, “the crush of people who descend on the Hill this year,” it forced them to realize that it was the lack of parking and the local road was too much to overcome, and it was a “duty” and cause “safety concerns for all involved.”

The owners of the tourist attraction in Rose Hill have taken to Facebook to announce that they are close to the California super-bloom-a hot spot for an indefinite period of time.
(AP)

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“We have carefully considered a range of possible remedies to reduce traffic and visitors, in order to try and keep the Hill open, including to and from the airport, and reservations for,” she adds. However, in the end, we can only conclude that narrows the roads and the Hill to the ownership of the infrastructure, and cannot be changed.”

The Ryan family is that the car was parked was illegal or pedestrian traffic is impeded, as well as emergency vehicles. They said that they do not make further statements about the shutdown.

The news of the closure was first reported by the New York Post.

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