Search For Man After Arizona Flash Flood Kills 9 of His Family

Wochit Headline News - Monday, 17 July 2017  (1 week ago)
On Monday, authorities searched for a missing man after a wall of water crashed down a swollen Arizona canyon. Law enforcement officials said the flash flood killed his wife, her three children and five other family members. The Arizona Republic, identified the missing man as Hector Miguel Garnica. The group were swept down a creek after heavy rains hammered an area near Payson. Authorities have said that three bodies were recovered on Saturday, with another six on Sunday.

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