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14 People Rescued From Flash Floods in Arizona

Heavy rainfall in the desert caused dangerous flash flooding in the Southwest.
01:28 | 07/22/2013

Transcript for 14 People Rescued From Flash Floods in Arizona

We move next to the fact that there are still flash flood emergencies in parts of the southwest tonight. The images are pooring in including this one from southern utah. Ginger zee tells us this flood... See More
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