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Officials alert Nevada residents about flood-damaged vehicles

Monday, Nov. 27, 2017|11:52 a.m.

CARSON CITY– Insurance coverage authorities in Nevada are warning prospective used-car purchasers to be on the lookout for flood-damaged lorries.

The state’s Department of Insurance coverage says lorries that were harmed throughout extensive flooding in Texas and Florida previously this year might be making their method into Nevada.

Insurance Coverage Commissioner Barbara Richardson says customers ought to be “very cautious.” She states flood-damaged vehicles are susceptible to failure and purchasers might not have the ability to get them guaranteed.

The Department of Insurance coverage is advising consumers to utilize sites to check the history and condition of the lorry they are interested in purchasing.

Authorities in Texas in September said as many as a million cars flooded throughout Typhoon Harvey.

Flood-damaged lorries typically have evidence of water and grit inside and in the engine compartment.

3 more found dead in fatal Greek flood, raising total to 19


Petros Giannakouris/ AP A guy drops buckets with mud outside his house in Mandra western Athens, on Friday, Nov. 17, 2017. 3 more bodies have actually been found in the consequences of deadly flash floods that struck near Athens, killing at least 19. The fire department said search and rescue efforts continued to locate three more poeple, all reported missing in the Mandra district which was the area hardest hit.

Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017|5:45 a.m.

ATHENS, Greece– Greek authorities say three more people have actually been discovered dead from a flash flood that struck a district west of Athens, raising the general death toll to 19.

The fire department states the body of a male was found Saturday on the premises of a factory near the suburb of Mandra, 16 miles northwest of the Greek capital.

The coast guard also announced Saturday that a patrol ship had actually discovered the bodies of two males in the sea south of Mandra. A spokeswoman said the males, 59 and 29, had actually been identified at a hospital by their relatives.

All 3 bodies came from people known to have actually been missing out on since the flood struck Wednesday. 3 more are still missing.

Paltrow, Jolie join flood of claims versus Weinstein


AP This mix picture shows actresses Angelina Jolie at a premiere for “The Breadwinner” at the Toronto International Film Celebration on Sept. 10, 2017, left, and Gwyneth Paltrow comes to the amfAR Motivation Gala in Los Angeles on Oct. 29, 2015. An avalanche of claims poured out Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017, versus Harvey Weinstein in on-the-record reports that in-depth claims of sexual assault and consisted of testaments from Jolie and Paltrow, additional magnifying the currently explosive collapse of the disgraced motion picture mogul.

Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017|7:30 p.m.

NEW YORK– A flood of allegations gathered Tuesday against Harvey Weinstein in on-the-record reports that in-depth claims of sexual abuse and consisted of statements from Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie, additional intensifying the currently explosive collapse of the disgraced film magnate.

3 females implicated Weinstein of raping them in a story released online by The New Yorker, consisting of the Italian actress and filmmaker Asia Argento and a woman who was an ambitious actress in college when she caught Weinstein’s eye. A representative for the mogul emphatically rejected the claims in a declaration to the publication.

In a follow-up to its earlier expose, The New York Times also reported Tuesday that lots of other actresses have in current days contributed to the chorus of accusations surrounding Weinstein. Paltrow described Weinstein’s attempt to tempt her, then 22, into providing him a massage in a hotel space. The incident triggered her then-boyfriend Brad Pitt to madly confront Weinstein at a movie premiere.

Both reports considerably ratcheted up the unfolding scandal surrounding Weinstein, who was fired Sunday from the Weinstein Co. By the end of Tuesday, former President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, a range of movie stars and Weinstein’s own other half, Georgina Chapman, had released statements condemning Weinstein’s alleged conduct. Chapman informed Individuals publication she was leaving her hubby after Ten Years of marriage, citing Weinstein’s “unforgivable actions.”

The released stories completely record the methodical harassment, abuse and intimidation of females– generally young actresses trying to be successful in films.

Lucia Evans, then a senior at Middlebury College, said Weinstein forced her to perform foreplay on him in 2004 at the Miramax offices in Tribeca. She had been brought in for a casting meeting with Weinstein. Argento said Weinstein by force carried out oral sex on her at the Cannes Film Festival in 1999. A 3rd female spoke anonymously.

“I know he has actually squashed a lot of people in the past,” Argento informed The New Yorker. “That’s why this story– in my case, it’s twenty years of ages, some of them are older– has actually never ever come out.”

Attorneys for Weinstein, 65, did not right away return messages Tuesday. The New Yorker estimated Weinstein representative Sallie Hofmeister reacting that “any claims of non-consensual sex are unquestionably denied by Mr. Weinstein.”

“Mr. Weinstein has actually even more verified that there were never any acts of retaliation against any females for refusing his advances. Mr. Weinstein obviously cannot speak to anonymous accusations, but with respect to any ladies who have actually made accusations on the record, Mr. Weinstein thinks that of these relationships were consensual,” said Hofmeister. “Mr. Weinstein has actually started therapy, has listened to the neighborhood and is pursuing a much better path. Mr. Weinstein is hoping that, if he makes adequate development, he will be given a 2nd possibility.”

The New Yorker story, composed and looked into by the NBC reporter Ronan Farrow, declared that thirteen women have actually said Weinstein sexually bothered or attacked them in between 1990 and 2015. The events described range from unwanted searching to required sex. Some of those occurrences overlap with the eight claims of unwanted sexual advances formerly reported by The New York Times, all which led to financial settlements.

But they also go much further. In the article, Rosanna Arquette and Mira Sorvino are among those who claim Weinstein sexually harassed them. Arquette described a 1990s occurrence at a Beverly Hills hotel in which Weinstein aimed to make her give him a massage then tried to lead her hand to his penis. Later, the actress informed the magazine, “He made things really challenging for me for years.”

“I had a bad experience with Harvey Weinstein in my youth, and as a result, selected never ever to work with him again and warn others when they did,” Jolie stated in an e-mail to the Times. “This behavior towards women in any field, any nation is inappropriate.”

Agents for the starlets associated with both reports did not return messages looking for remark.

The Italian news agency ANSA said it got in touch with Argento about the story, and stated she responded with a text that read: “It’s all real, whatever is written in the New Yorker. Now leave me in peace.”

Actress Louisette Geiss (“Two and a Half Men”) likewise stepped forward Tuesday, announcing in a press conference at Gloria Allred’s Los Angeles office that in a 2008 meeting at the Sundance Movie Celebration, Weinstein appeared nude in an open bathrobe and asked several times that she watch him masturbate.

The New Yorker also reported that 16 previous and present executives and assistants at The Weinstein Co. and Miramax either witnessed or knew of Weinstein’s unwanted sexual advances. “All sixteen stated the habits was commonly known within both Miramax and the Weinstein Company.”

The Weinstein Co. board of directors, that includes Weinstein’s bro Bob, released a statement late Tuesday, rejecting any responsibility.

“These supposed actions are antithetical to human decency. These claims come as an utter surprise to the board. Any suggestion that the board knew this conduct is incorrect,” the four-member board said in a declaration. “We are dedicated to assisting with our complete energies in all criminal or other investigations of these declared acts, while pursuing justice for the victims and a complete and independent examination of our own.”

Disney, which purchased Miramax in 1993, likewise responded Tuesday. The Weinsteins departed in 2005 to found The Weinstein Co.

“Fired (the) Weinsteins because they were reckless, and Harvey was an incorrigible bully,” stated previous Disney chief executive Michael Eisner on Twitter on Tuesday. “Had no idea he was capable of these dreadful actions.”

“Harvey Weinstein’s reported habits is abhorrent and inappropriate, and it has no place in our society,” stated Disney chief Bob Iger.

The New Yorker also revealed an audio recording made by the New york city Police Department in 2015 where Weinstein states he searched a model named Ambra Battilana Gutierrez. At the time, Manhattan District Lawyer Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., revealed that an investigation didn’t support criminal charges.

“If we might have prosecuted Harvey Weinstein for the conduct that occurred in 2015, we would have,” Karen Friedman-Agnifilo, chief assistant district attorney, said Tuesday.

“While the recording is scary to listen to, what emerged from the audio was insufficient to prove a criminal activity under New York law, which requires prosecutors to establish criminal intent,” she added. “Subsequent investigative actions carried out in order to develop intent were not successful. This, coupled with other evidence issues, implied that there was no option however to conclude the investigation without criminal charges.”

Weinstein was fired Sunday by the Weinstein Co., the studio he co-founded, three days after a bombshell New York Times expose alleged years of crude sexual habits on his part toward female staff members and starlets, consisting of Ashley Judd.

Weinstein responded to the report in a lengthy, rambling declaration where he pleaded for a second chance and apologized for the pain he had actually caused.

Given that his firing, much of Hollywood has reacted with disgust and outraged, consisting of Meryl Streep, Lena Dunham, Jennifer Lawrence and George Clooney. Congressional Democrats, consisting of Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, have actually provided charities countless dollars in contributions they had actually gotten from Weinstein.

In a declaration on Twitter on Tuesday, Clinton said she was “surprised and horrified” by the discoveries about Weinstein. She praised the ladies coming forward: “Their nerve and the support of others is crucial in assisting to stop this type of habits.”

Obama and his spouse, Michelle, launched a joint statement Tuesday evening revealing disgust with Weinstein.

“Any guy who demeans and breaks down females in such style needs to be condemned and held accountable, despite wealth or status. We need to celebrate the guts of ladies who have come forward to inform these unpleasant stories,” the statement stated.

“I am saddened and mad that a guy who I worked with utilized his position of power to intimidate, sexually bother and control numerous women over years,” Ben Affleck wrote in a statement Tuesday. “The additional allegations of attack that I read this early morning made me ill. This is completely inappropriate, and I find myself asking what I can do to make sure this doesn’t occur to others.”

Matt Damon, who teamed up regularly with Weinstein, and won a co-writing Oscar for “Great Will Hunting” with Affleck, said he didn’t understand about Weinstein’s behavior.

“Today, I simply feel definitely ill to my stomach,” Damon told the trade site Deadline Tuesday. “This sort of things can’t occur.”

Weinstein has not openly commented because Thursday.

Houston furnishings store opens as shelter for flood victims

(MEREDITH)– A Houston-based furniture store transformed 2 of its places into shelters to support numerous individuals displaced by Tropical Storm Harvey.

When floodwaters began to force households from their homes on Sunday, Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale published an online video providing food and shelter for his fellow Houstonians.”We have actually got lots of beds, we have actually got lots of food, we’ve got lots of water and you can even bring your animals,” he stated in the video.

More than 300 people showed up to each Gallery Furniture store, and by Monday night McIngvale revealed one place had reached capacity. The other place was still accepting those still in need of shelter.

Heartwarming pictures shared on social networks reveal families sleeping on bed mattress, recliner chairs, sofas and loveseats. National Guard soldiers likewise rested at one of the shops in between their rescue missions.

His daughter, Laura McIngvale-Brown, published among those genuine images on her Facebook page showing a female holding a little woman as they oversleeped a chair. Along with the image, McIngvale-Brown shared a charming message to her daddy:” Dad, it does not surprise me (that) you opened the shops to our fellow Houstonians, you would give your last breath for another, but it still astonishes me how selfless you are.”

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McIngvale stated he’s done this in the past– during flooding in Houston last year when Typhoon Katrina made landfall 12 years back.

“We did this throughout Katrina, and we had a couple hundred people stranded for a couple days,” he told CNN. “We have lots of mattresses in our storage facility and we can provide everybody with a blanket.”

More than 17,000 people have actually looked for refuge in Texas shelters after 5 days of downpour submerged Houston and surrounding locations.

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Flash flood at swimming hole kills 7; more people missing

Sunday, July 16, 2017|4 p.m.

TONTO NATOINAL FOREST, Ariz.– A flash flood barreled through a popular Arizona swimming hole where more than a hundred people were taking sanctuary from summer season heat, eliminating at least 7 individuals, leaving many more missing and forcing survivors to hold on to trees in the rocky surface, authorities and a witness said.

Meteorologists had actually provided a flash-flood caution surrounding a popular swimming location inside the Tonto National park before the wave of water gushed through the narrow canyon on Saturday afternoon.

A woman who was treking to the swimming hole said she saw people clinging to trees after the water hurried down an usually calm creek near the trail.

Video that Disa Alexander shot soon after the flood showed a guy in a tree holding his child as water hurried around him. His partner was a brief methods away from him, likewise clinging to a tree.

There was no caution prior to the wall of water hit, Alexander stated.

The deaths consist of a minimum of one kid. Four people saved by helicopter Saturday were taken to the hospital for hypothermia.

“It’s practically healing (now). We do not think there’s anybody neglected there,” Water Wheel Fire and Medical District Fire Chief Ron Sattelmaier stated

The weather condition service approximates that as much as 1.5 inch of rain tipped over the area over an hour, and that the drain took a minimum of Thirty Minutes to reach the swimming hole. The thunderstorm hit about 8 miles upstream along Ellison Creek, which quickly flooded the narrow canyon where the swimmers were delighting in a cool dip a on a hot summertime day, with highs in the 80s.

“They had no warning. They heard a roar, and it was on top of them,” Sattelmaier said.

There had actually been thunderstorms throughout the area near Payson, about an hour and half’s drive from Phoenix, but it wasn’t raining where the swimmers were at the time. But it took place throughout monsoon season, when whether like this can strike intensely. Monsoon thunderstorms are a common, nearly everyday occurrence in Arizona thanks to the mix of heat and wetness in the summer season.

“I want there was a way from keeping people from getting in there during monsoon season. It occurs every year. We have actually simply been fortunate something like this hasn’t been this awful,” Sattelmaier stated.

The flooding followed a severe thunderstorm pounded down on a nearby remote location that had actually been burned by a recent wildfire, Sattelmaier said.

The possibility of developing monsoon thunderstorms and the deep burn scar over the ground that had actually charred away the pine trees, foliage and ground dust that would typically absorb rain were such an issue that the National Weather condition Service provided a flash-flood warning about an hour and a half prior to emergency teams were contacted us to the scene.

“If it’s an intense burn, it creates a glaze on the surface that simply pushes back water,” said Darren McCollum, a meteorologist. “We had some concerns. We got a lot worse news.”

Flash-flood watch stays as rain hits the valley

Las Vegas is under a flash-flood watch as scattered showers continue, and by the end of the weekend, the valley might see approximately an inch of rain.

The same system causing rainfall right here is part of the same storm triggering mudslides in California, according to the National Weather condition Service.

Cloud cover will keep it cooler Friday in the Las Vegas Valley. The high must reach 86 degrees, and the chance of rain need to stay around 60 percent.

Saturday will be comparable, with a 40 percent opportunity of rain. The most rains is anticipated Saturday night and into Sunday early morning with as much as a 70 percent chance for precipitation, according to the weather condition service. Sunday’s high needs to be only 77.

Meteorologists don’t anticipate heavy rain, but the flash flood watch will remain in effect up until 10 p.m. Sunday.

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Hundreds grieve families killed in Utah flash flood

HILDALE, Utah– Shut off of State Roadway 59, follow Utah Avenue east to Canyon Street and you can see where the Sept. 14 flash flood ripped through this town, stacking debris and sediment on the street and surrounding wash banks.

Drive north on Canyon Street and you rapidly pass the spot where the flood removed 2 cars carrying 3 mothers and their 13 youngsters.

3 kids left the torrent, but the rest perished. The bodies of the three ladies and nine of the kids have been recuperated. Searchers continue to look for the body of a 6-year-old boy.

Drive a little further and you reach Maxwell Park. That was the website, about 160 miles northeast of Las Vegas, where hundreds gathered Saturday to keep in mind those who died.

“Any individual who’s assisted, I like you,” Sheldon Black Jr. told the crowd. His spouse Della Black died in the flood. So did his children Melanie and LaRue Black. His boy Tyson Lucas Black is the one still missing.

Numerous of the people who have looked for his boy were there Saturday.

There were individuals there from the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints– worn the sect’s standard outfit of prairie dresses for the ladies, denims and mono-colored, long sleeve dress shirts for the males. There were most likely simply as numerous former followers of the sect, too.

Traffic control and music were provided by the Davis County Cooperative, likewise known as the Kingstons. It’s a sect that, like the FLDS, believes in polygamy as a tenet.

Polygamist Tom Green, who was founded guilty of bigamy, likewise went to with a few of his family, though a belief in polygamy seems his only connection to the Hildale citizens killed.

The Utah National Guard’s 2-222 Field Weapons provided a color guard. Some 2-222 soldiers earlier participated in the search for Tyson.

The crowd probably could have filled the 800-plus collapsible chairs lined up on the park’s huge yard, though about half the guests based on the boundary. They faced risers where town authorities, dignitaries and the fathers and partners of the dead offered condolences and revealed sadness.

Sheldon Black Jr. sat on the riser with his 2 sons who endured the flood– Seth and Shem. He recalled each of the 3 children he lost, and he recalled his spouse.

“I understand she wanted to be with the kids,” Sheldon Black Jr. said. “I understand she is now.”

Joseph N. Jessop lost 2 wives in the flood– biological sis Josephine and Naomi Jessop, who were also Della Black’s biological siblings. Josephine was Joseph Jessop’s legal other half. He likewise lost seven children: Rebekah, Melissa, Naomi, Ruth, Valiant, Velvet and Caress.

“I would not want to complain against God and his functions,” Joseph Jessop informed the crowd. “I know he has all things in his hands, and he always does right.”

His only making it through youngster, Joseph Jessop Jr., about age 10, followed his daddy to the microphone. He recalled seeing the flood as it overtook the household car.

“My heart was pounding a thousand beats per minute– simply whacking like a sledgehammer,” the boy stated. “However I understand that Heavenly Dad wanted this to occur and I’m grateful for this experience.”

After a time out, Joseph finished with: “It’s good to see you all. Amen.”

Of the kids captured in the flood, authorities have launched just the name and age of Tyson Black. However the names of the departed kids were printed on the program for the memorial service, and the Jessop member of the family were buried earlier in the week with grave placards listing their years of birth. The people killed in the Hildale flood were members of the FLDS, and the sect has a history of being safety of details about their kids.

The sect, which likewise has members in nearby Colorado City, Ariz., is not recognized by the Mormon church. It was led by Warren Jeffs, who was sentenced in 2011 to life in jail for sexually attacking one of his kid brides.

Another seven individuals were eliminated in flooding from the exact same storm system. The group of hikers remained in a narrow canyon in Zion National Park, about 20 miles north of Hildale, when it filled with water. Among the dead was Don Teichner, 55, of Mesquite. The other six were from California.

Twin polygamous towns host memorial for 12 who passed away in flood


Rick Bowmer/ AP

In this Sept. 15, 2015, file picture, observers enjoy as teams clear mud and debris from a road following a flash flood, in Colorado City, Ariz. Two polygamous towns on the Utah-Arizona border plan to host an unusual public memorial Saturday, Sept. 26, for women and youngsters swept away in the fatal flash flood.

Friday, Sept. 25, 2015|11 p.m.

HILDALE, Utah– Two polygamous towns on the Utah-Arizona border strategy to host an uncommon public memorial for 12 ladies and children swept away in a fatal flash flood nearly two weeks ago.

The neighboring towns of Hildale, Utah, and Colorado City, Ariz., have actually scheduled an afternoon funeral Saturday at the top of a canyon roadway in Maxwell Park, a landscaped area surrounded by rich red rock canyon walls and blue skies. It’s the exact same location where sis Josephine Jessop, Naomi Jessop and Della Black are thought to have been on Sept. 14 with their 13 kids prior to driving down the canyon during a flash-flood alert.

Swift-moving water brought away and squashed their two automobiles. The bodies were found a number of miles downstream. 3 young children, the kids of Joseph N. Jessop and Sheldon Black Jr., survived. Six-year-old Tyson Lucas Black continues to be missing.

The Washington County Sheriff’s office hasn’t released the names or ages of the kids eliminated or those who made it through.

Most of the 7,700 people staying in the towns, including the females and youngsters eliminated in the flash flooding, are thought to be members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, or FLDS, a deceptive sect led by the now-imprisoned Warren Jeffs. Both councils and mayors of Hildale and Colorado City are likewise selected by the church.

A religious rift in the town has divided households, with those who continue to be in the sect at chances with former FLDS members who were erupted of the church or left by themselves.

The search and rescue effort following the flood stood for the first time in years that lots of had actually exchanged words, not to mention worked side-by-side. Ex-members of the sect or those who don’t follow Jeffs’ church have actually continued to be doubtful that the disaster may combine the town, but the memorial provided them reason for careful optimism.

“It’s a favorable step,” said Dowayne Barlow, a local of Hildale and former sect member who understands relatives of the victims.

There has been no guarantee, however, that the memorial would welcome remarks from disenfranchised family members who also weren’t enabled to be associated with the burials of at least among the 2 families.

“It stings,” Barlow said.

The general public memorial is a surprise due to the fact that funerals are normally dealt with inconspicuously, with no invites extended to outsiders, consisting of family of the departed, if they aren’t members of the sect.

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert prepares to participate in the memorial, however he is not arranged to speak, stated representative Jon Cox. The Republican guv was invited by neighborhood members when he checked out families of the victims on Sept. 19, Cox said.

Asked if the two current journeys to the reclusive community provide a chance to enhance relations, Cox stated only, “It’s an example of when individuals are in requirement, the state of Utah is there to help. It does not matter who they are.”

Utah Chief law officer Sean Reyes is unable to go to the memorial since he has a funeral for his grandma, however he will be sending senior adviser Missy Larsen on his behalf, stated the office’s spokeswoman, Camille Anderson.

Light rain landeds on Las Vegas Valley; no flood watch in play

It might just be sprays, however those light showers and clouds that delivered them have actually made for a cooler Tuesday in the Las Vegas Valley.

Rain should continue for the next few hours, National Weather condition Service meteorologist Caleb Steele said about 1:30 p.m.

Cloud cover must continue after that, however the probability of rain will certainly be spottier.

The high is expected to strike 87.

Precipitation hasn’t been fairly sufficient to register in the rain determines, Steele stated.

Winds on Tuesday afternoon were blowing at a stable 10 mph.

The Las Vegas Valley isn’t really under any sort of watch or warning for flash flooding or significant storms, Steele stated.

Flash flooding eliminated a minimum of 9 guest in Hildale, Utah, Monday night. Four other people were missing.

Hildale is near the Arizona border, about 160 miles northeast of Las Vegas.

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Flash flood watch released for Southern Nevada

Bolts of lightning hit the ground near Las Vegas on July 6, 2015. (tsclick/FOX5 Report It)Bolts of lightning struck the ground near Las Vegas on July 6, 2015. (tsclick/FOX5 Report It).
A storm moves over the Las Vegas Valley in this image from Monday, July 6. (Ashley Ranan/FOX5 Report It)A storm conforms the Las Vegas Valley in this image from Monday, July 6. (Ashley Ranan/FOX5 Report It).


After storms left much of the Las Vegas Valley flooded Monday night, forecasters alerted of more heavy rainfall for the region Tuesday.

The National Weather Service released a flash flood watch for all of Southern Nevada from noon up until 9 p.m. Tuesday.

According to FOX5 early morning weather anchor Cassandra Jones, slow-moving showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop throughout the area Tuesday afternoon and continue into the night hours. The storms will likely produce heavy rainfall, which will lead to flash flooding.

On Monday, a huge storm that began in the northwest Las Vegas Valley enhanced in strength as it handled main areas of the city. The storm dumped more than an inch of rain on some locations in western Las Vegas, which cause fast increases in water on roadways and in washes.

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By 8 p.m., the storm had actually moved southeast of the city, leaving flooded roads and sending out crews into rescue mode.

At about 6:30, we started getting calls for individuals needing support because they were stuck in automobiles due to floodwaters,” said Tim Szymanski, spokesman for Las Vegas Fire and Rescue.” [The water] came down Charleston, Sahara [and] some places on Desert Inn with such force it blew off manhole covers. So, it was a hazard.”

Motorists were reminded that it is never ever safe to drive through flood waters. On July 1, a law took effect in Nevada, which needs motorists who purposefully drive into flood waters to spend for the costs of their rescue.

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