Camp Verde Neighborhoods Remain Under Evacuation Order as Winter Storm Brings Floods
Residents in several neighborhoods in Camp Verde, Arizona are being told to remain evacuated as a strong winter storm caused floods in the High Country on Wednesday.
The Yavapai County has issued evacuation orders for lower-lying neighborhoods, RV resorts, and mobile home communities situated next to the Beaver Creek and Verde River.
Reporters covering the incident mentioned the creeks and rivers that are being monitored for potential flooding, including the Verde River, Oak Creek, and Beaver Creek.
Despite the severity of the storm, no major property damage, injuries, or rescues have been reported so far.
Images captured by the reporters show a family holding up signs across the river with the words “help” and “need beer,” which some locals found amusing.
However, authorities are taking the situation seriously and are urging residents to remain vigilant.
The conditions in Camp Verde and Sedona are being monitored closely, as the flooding caused by the winter storm is expected to continue.
Local officials are urging residents to stay safe and be prepared for any potential emergencies.