Search crews in Arizona are still looking for a teenage boy who was swept away in a flash flood.
Nine other people are already confirmed dead.
Deputies say it started Saturday at a popular swimming hole in the Tonto National Forest.
A group of 14 people from were on a daytrip there when waters became dangerous.
Search crews were able to rescue four people.
They were taken to the hospital.
They later found nine bodies, including five children and four adults.
They’re still looking for a 13-year-old boy.
Stay with Northern Michigan’s News Leader as we continue to follow search and rescue efforts.