Flash Flood Moves Through Streets of Flagstaff, Arizona

Floodwaters rushed through Flagstaff, Arizona, on July 16, after storms brought heavy rainfall to areas near the city affected by a recent wildfire.

The National Weather Service issued a significant weather advisory at the time, warning of localized flooding and heavy downpours.

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey announced a Declaration of Emergency over the flooding in Cococino County, including Flagstaff, making $200,000 available for disaster response efforts. Credit: Flagstaff City Government via Storyful

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