Flagstaff Hit With Flash Flooding Carrying Debris From Wildfire Burn Scar

Floodwater carrying debris from a wildfire burn scar flowed through streets in Flagstaff, Arizona, for the second day in a row on July 14.

Local media reports said the burn scar from the Museum Fire received about one inch of rain Wednesday. Other parts of Flagstaff not in the burn scar area also flooded after getting more than two and a half inches of rain.

The National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning for Coconino County on Wednesday.

Footage shared by Deanna Marie Klutinis shows fast-moving floodwater in Flagstaff. Credit: Deanna Marie Klutinis via Storyful

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