Nine Dead in Flash Flood at Arizona Swimming Hole

Nine bodies have been recovered in Arizona after flash floods swept through the Tonto National Forest this weekend. Authorities said all the victims came from the same group of family and friends that had met up for a daytrip at the Cold Springs swimming hole. A 13-year-old boy remains missing. The victims’ identities have not been disclosed, but they were described as five children and four adults. Search and rescue crews continue to search for the missing child both on foot and by helicopter.