Flash floods strand 1,000 people in California's Death Valley National Park

Flash floods strand 1,000 people in California's Death Valley National Park
Flash floods strand 1,000 people in California's Death Valley National Park

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - CALIFORNIA — Flash flooding triggered by a near-record downpour on Friday over one of the hottest, driest spots on Earth has stranded nearly 1,000 people inside California's Death Valley National Park and forced its temporary closure, park officials said.


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