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Arizona Swimming Hole: 9 Dead And One Teen Boy Missing In Flood Flash

After a flash flood roared through a popular Arizona swimming hole, about nine people has died including six children in dead people and one teenage boy has missed due to incident on Saturday in the Tonto National Forest.


Due to heavy rains and thunderstorms, a flood flash came at the Cold Springs swimming hole in Tonto National Forest on Saturday afternoon which has destructed the area very badly.

According to official news about nine people has died in this incident in which sic children are included and one teenage boy is still missing.

This deadly incident took place at afternoon when there are a huge number of people. Flood flash came, many people are affected by this incident, and number of people has lost their lives while some are missing, security forces came on time, they saved people and now they are in search of missing man.

The Tonto National Forest is known as fifth largest national forest in the United States as well as it is the largest of the six national forests in Arizona.

This national park has many things of natural beauty which are able to attract a man belonged to any part of world and it is situated in Gila, Maricopa, Yavapai, and Pinal counties, Arizona, USA.

According to The Gila County Sheriff’s Office that they received a call on 911 for the search operation-rescue operation at the swimming hole, according to official website of department the call came about at 3.20 p.m. on Saturday.

Sheriff’s Sgt. David Hornung said that the people who are dead were the family members, according to him a large number of people of family gathered there for to swimming and enjoying a good time with family but this horrible took place and has taken the life of 9 people.

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