An unseasonably moist air mass yielded numerous thunderstorms with heavy rain across Arizona, including the eastern Phoenix metro area, on July 28, 2022. One storm in particular near the town of Apache Junction produced over 2.5 inches of rain in a couple-hour time period, causing significant flash flooding in normally dry washes in town. This package includes footage of the flash flooding and its aftermath on the eastern side of town.
1. Shot of the storm that produced over 2.5″ of rain in a couple hours from Gilbert, AZ.
2-11. Various tight and wide shots of rapid flow with debris from a flash flood in a normally dry wash at Boyd Rd and Superstition Blvd in Apache Junction.
12. Wide shot of a Road Closed sign with flash flooding beyond in Apache Junction.
13. Wide shot of a “Do Not Cross When Flooded” sign with significant flash flooding ongoing beyond at Teepee St and Cortez Rd in Apache Junction.
14-22. Various tight and wide shots of rapid flow across the road from a flash flood in a normally dry wash at Teepee St and Cortez Rd in Apache Junction.
23. Tight shot of a resident attempting to wade in the flood waters in Apache Junction.
24-25. Shots of vehicles attempting to drive through the rapidly flowing flood waters in Apache Junction.
26-28. Shots of the extraction of a vehicle that had gotten stuck in mud from the flood waters in Apache Junction.
29. Wide shot of pieces of asphalt that had been washed away by the flood waters.
30. Tight shot of pieces of asphalt that had been washed away by the flood waters.
31-33. Shots of sand and large rocks that had been washed onto the roadway by flood waters.
SID: Trey Greenwood
To License This Footage For Broadcast, Contact Video @ StormChasingVideo.com
Our Team Merch Store – https://stormchasingvideo.creator-spring.com