Carla Garnica, 22, describes the search for her family members, at least 9 of whom were killed in the flash flood.
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A rural fire chief says at least four people were found dead and about a dozen more are missing after flash flooding poured over a popular swimming area inside the Tonto National Forest in central Arizona. (July 16)
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22-year-old Carla Garnica’s brother Miguel, 27, is still missing. Nine of their family members were killed in the flood. Video courtesy of Telemundo Arizona
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Officials search for drowning victims following a flash flood at a popular swimming hole north of Payson that at least killed nine people from a Phoenix family.
David Kadlubowski/The Republic
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Several children died in the flash flood.
Yihyun Jeong/The Republic
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This video of a flash flood in the Water Wheel area outside of Payson was posted June 15 by YouTube user David Cole.
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