ALPINE, Utah (CNN/KSL) - Residents in Alpine, Utah, are cleaning up after weekend storms triggered flash flooding.
This isn't the first time a wall of muddy water and debris has inundated their neighborhoods.
And homeowners say it's getting worse.
"It was like a black, monster lava,” said Vickie Reay. “It just came."
Her son took cell phone video as water, mud and debris spilled over the wall in front of their home and into their yard.
"It was 100 feet wide, and it just got bigger and bigger and just picked up more momentum,” said Reay.
Reay's house on Box Elder Drive is in the path of the Quail Fire burn scar in Box Elder Canyon.
This is the fourth time she's dealt with flooding since that fire burned more than 5,000 acres last summer.
"This is worse,” said Reay. “It's getting worse, every single time."
The inside of her home was spared, but fire officials say 12 homes in Alpine were flooded.
Fire officials say three debris basins at the base of Box Elder Canyon are also overrun.
"When I came up here, probably about 6:15-6:30, the water was running down the street about 1 ½ feet deep, so it's probably the worst I've ever seen,” said Lone Peak Fire District Battalion Chief Joseph McRae.
When the storm hit, the city sent out a recorded message for help to fill sandbags. That drew hundreds of volunteers.
"Wanted to help our neighbors. Wanted to do good," said volunteer Kimber Christensen.
Reay is bracing for the next storm.
After the Quail Fire, the state built a retaining wall in front of her home to divert water, but the storm was just too much for it.
Reay says a channel along the side of her house keeps getting wider and deeper.
She wants the city to put in a cement channel that will divert the water out of the neighborhoods.
"You can't live in fear every time it rains,” said Reay.
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