Guardian News published this video item, entitled “Flash floods in California’s Death Valley leave visitors stranded” – below is their description.
Flash flooding after record rainfall in California’s Death Valley national park have left nearly 1,000 people stranded, as the deluge left roads closed and cars buried in debris. At least 1.7in (4.3cm) of rain fell in the Furnace Creek area; the park’s average annual rainfall is 1.9in (4.8cm).
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California, a western U.S. state, stretches from the Mexican border along the Pacific for nearly 900 miles. Its terrain includes cliff-lined beaches, redwood forest, the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Central Valley farmland and the Mojave Desert. The city of Los Angeles is the seat of the Hollywood entertainment industry. Hilly San Francisco is known for the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island and cable cars.