EVEN BIGGER Debris Flow Flash Flood in Flagstaff, Arizona Drone Footage

A monster, pitch-black rubble flow makes its was through Flagstaff Arizona. This is a flash flood crisis, and another has been has been announced by the city. All of this from just over 2 inches of rain hitting the San Fransisco Peaks ‘burn scar’ area, see the outcome from both the ground and a drone.

00:00 – Intro
01:30 – Reed moves for intercept
03:09 – Initial Flash Flood arrives
04:27 – Details on the rubble flow
05:14 – Flood reaches Flagstaff.
06:15 – Drone poll of Flagstaff

Never Stop Chasing.

13 Comments:

  1. Reed started driving out of Sedona. Fun to recognize. I looked into living in flag 20 yrs ago.chose to live in Oak Creek Canyon, wonderful wilderness.

  2. This reminds me of the tsunami.

  3. Omg ,first crying for rain then crying for it to stop

  4. I am planning to drive through flagstaff next Tuesday to Las Vegas. Should I still go ? Or need to change the route

  5. THE UBIQUITOUS, ANNOYING TECHNO MUSIC WAS DISTRACTING. AS A FORMER TRUCKER I OFTEN STAYED AT LITTLE AMERICA IN FLAGSTAFF AND LOVED THE COOL WEATHER AND MOUNTAINS.

  6. Its “weird” how s USA has a lot of flat land, so, obviusly there are mapped areas where flash floods can occur but here in Brazil most of the terrain, mainly the “flood-prone” ones are much narrower than there. So, when a flood happens, normally are much worse and we have a lot of people living in so called “slope” terrains. If you are curious about these you cam search about the city of Petropolis and its floods. The story is really sad, but its easier to understand how things are here… in a heavy rainny country

  7. why dont you guys put in a concrete water run off like in los angels california, specificly for this run off, it will save you time an money.

  8. U can cut of the music

  9. KarinaTheDreama

    This has been going on for decades Fkaggstaff residents deserve better performance from local officials to get & do what it takes to protect these home & streets from this specific type of flooding. These ppl in these communities where affects HAVE THE RIGHT TO STAY SAFE. These are a repeated hazards everyone! The community sticks together and those who are saved from losses owe only to volunteers from their own homes & business. It’s BS.

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