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Dark Canyon Floods On 9-23-2010








This Is What Happens When 3.00" - 4.00"+ Of Rain Falls Over The Guadalupe Mountains Southwest And West Of Carlsbad, New Mexico. Normally Dry Dark Canyon Arroyo Flooded To A Depth Of Four Feet. Never Try To Drive Or Walk Across A Flooded Arroyo Like This. Remember - Turn Around, Don't Drown! The Photos Are Courtesy Of Joel Arnwine, The Eddy County New Mexico Emergency Manager.

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