Historic rainfall across the west leaves Denver in chest high waters

The firefighters raced into action after the rainfall fell over a period of just a few hours and carried children to safety

Revelation 16:9 “They were scorched by the fierce heat, and they cursed the name of God who had power over these plagues. They did not repent and give him glory.”

Important Takeaways:

  • Firefighters carry several children and a baby through chest-high flood waters in Denver after their minivan became submerged – amid historic rainfall across the West that devastated Death Valley in rare ‘1,000 year rainfall event’
  • Several children were rescued from a submerged vehicle in the middle of a Denver highway, as flash flooding slammed the area on Sunday
  • Wading into chest-high water, the rescuers carried children, sometimes two at a time, out of the deep brown water and onto dry land
  • Rescuers helped save a number of people from vehicles stuck on an Interstate
  • Out west, Death Valley, California experienced heavy rain that caused devastating flooding, described as an extremely rare, 1,000-year event
  • Nearly a year’s worth of rain fell in three hours leading to rock and mud slides

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