At Least 9 People Are Dead After Flash Flooding In Rural Arizona

A flash flood plowed through a popular rural Arizona swimming hole Saturday afternoon, killing at least nine people, local authorities say. One person is missing.

Updated at 1:13 a.m. ET Monday:

At least nine people are dead and one person is missing after a flash flood plowed through the popular Cold Springs Swimming Hole in

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