The bodies of two children, a boy and a girl, were recovered from the swollen Tonto Creek in Arizona on November 30, after the truck they and a number of others were travelling in was swept away by floods on November 29.
The Gila County Sheriff's Office said that several children were reported missing late Friday afternoon after the vehicle they were in got stuck trying to cross Tonto Creek near Tonto National Forest, northeast of the city of Phoenix, the state capital.
According to the Gila County Sheriff's Office, a vehicle tried to cross Tonto Creek at the Bar X crossing at about 4 p.m. local time Friday but was swept up by flooding. Two of them were found dead later in the morning, and a search operation remains underway for the third missing child, according to the sheriff's office.
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Officials on scene said crews are searching a span of four to five miles along the creek for the 6-year-old girl still missing. Sheriff's deputies patrolled the area, and rescue vehicles made their way down a dirt path to the search area. They were eventually rescued and taken to shore with the assistance of a Maricopa County Sheriff's Office helicopter.
Meteorologist Sean Benedict in Phoenix estimated that up to 2 inches (5 centimeters) of rain fell in the area, with some of the runoff coming from snow that fell on nearby peaks. "So the grounds were already pretty wet and that probably helped with the runoff". Both of their families were notified, Shepherd said. Merrill came with a group from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Pinetop, about 130 miles east of the search area. "The whole community joined around him to show his love and support during this tragedy", he said.
"Searchers found the truck about 1,000 yards (around 914 meters) downstream from the crossing Friday night", Dodd said.