At least 4 dead in flash floods at Arizona swimming hole

At least 4 dead in flash floods at Arizona swimming hole

At least 4 dead in flash floods at Arizona swimming hole

Nine people have died and a 13-year-old boy remained missing Sunday evening following a flash flood that swept through an Arizona swimming hole.

A group of 14 people were caught in the flood at the swimming hole at Cold Springs in Tonto National Forest Saturday afternoon, north of Phoenix, sheriff's officials said.

At least two of the dead were children, said Hornung.

Two people are still missing but that number may increase, deputies said on Sunday as the extent of the damage became more clear.

A 24-year-old woman, a 27-year-old woman and a 60-year-old woman are also dead, GSCO said.

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They have not been named by authorities.

Those found alive were rescued by helicopter and taken to the hospital for hypothermia, according to AP.

The "burn scar" was one of the reasons the weather service issued the flash-flood warning.

Ellison Creek flooded the narrow canyon where the family members were swimming. It happened during monsoon season, when weather like this can strike furiously.

A teen who witnessed the flash flood spoke with 12 News about what she saw.

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Sattlemaier added that they could not know how many people had actually been at the swimming hole at the time of the incident but that now it was "pretty much recovery".

There was no warning before the wall of water hit, Alexander said. It happens every year. When Nancy tried to find a way out, it got worse.

Seven people were killed in Utah's Zion National Park in September 2015 when they were tapped during a sudden flash flood while hiking. There's holes and now there's the soot and the mud from the flash flood and that's hampering that too so there are a lot of debris piles so trying to check through and making sure that there's nobody in there.

In 1997, 11 hikers were killed near Page, Arizona, after a wall of water from a rainstorm miles upstream boomed through a narrow, twisting series of corkscrew-curved walls located on Navajo land, known as Lower Antelope Canyon.

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