Flash Floods: America’s Silent Killer
Practically every community in the United States has experienced some type of flooding at one point or another because of long spring rain fall, severe thunderstorms or winter snow thaws, but all flooding is not alike. Some floods develop gradually, sometimes over a period of days or weeks
and cause little to no damage at all, but then there are violent deluges of
rushing water called flash floods.
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