Flash flooding leaves A THOUSAND people stranded in Death Valley National Park

Floods continue to wreak havoc in the US, most recently at Death Valley National Park in California, where flash floods triggered by heavy rainfall left 1,000 people stranded and crushed cars. 

Park officials said the Furnace Creek area of the park, near the Nevada-California state line, experienced 1.7 inches of rain, which they described as ‘nearly an entire year’s worth of rain in one morning.’

The officials also said about 60 vehicles were buried by the rushing floodwaters, and 500 park…

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