A flash flood at an Arizona swimming hole has taken the lives of at least nine people, many from an extended family.
The group had been relaxing at the Cold Springs Swimming Hole on Saturday, about 100 miles from Phoenix, when a heavy thunderstorm upstream caused raging waters full of debris to flood the area.
Editor's Note: Since this story first aired, the Gila County Sheriff's Office has released an update saying that five children and four adults are dead, and that one person is still missing. We've updated the digital version above.
This article was originally published on July 17, 2017.
This segment aired on July 17, 2017.