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3 children are missing after flash flooding in Arizona

3 children are missing after flash flooding in Arizona

After the flash flooding issue in Arizona, authorities are now searching for 3 children who are missing after the vehicle, in which they were on board, washed away down the Tonto Creek. As per the officials at the Sheriff’s office in Gila County, this incident starts at somewhere around 4:00 p.m. This was when the automobile got stuck as it was trying to cross the Tonto Creek.

As described by the GCSO deputy, this vehicle was a truck of the military-type. According to the reports, one of the adults managed to make his way across the shore while 4 other children, along with one more adult stranded on the creek island, got airlifted by the crews at the Sheriff’s office of Maricopa County.

The children missing from the flash flood were noted to be somewhere between the age of 5 and 10. Not just that, the people reported to be missing are actually not from Arizona itself but from outside the state.

DPS and MCSO will also assist this search for missing children. This statement was confirmed by the officials at the GCSO, which is deemed to start soon and most probably shot to last through an entire night.

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