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Evacuation orders and warnings have been issued for several areas in Arizona as Oak Creek fills with water, causing dangerous flooding conditions.

In Cornville, residents are dealing with rising water levels and some have chosen to evacuate as water rushes past the area.

Roads have been closed and parts of Cornville Road have been washed out due to the raging river, which has gone from a small stream to a forceful current.

Despite efforts from city and county crews to clean up the aftermath, remnants of the flooding remain throughout the area, including at Windmill Park where water levels reached near the top of picnic tables.

Some residents have experienced flooding before and have started preparing for future washouts, especially with more snow still on the mountain in Flagstaff.

With the situation still ongoing, residents in the affected areas are urged to stay safe and heed any evacuation orders.

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