Flash floods in national parks strand 200 people and go unreported a hiker

Visitors to Carlsbad Caverns National Park were required to take refuge after Saturday's flooded roads made travel impossible.

In the area of Carlsbad, New Mexico, are some cave formations.

At least one person was hurt when they were swept downstream.

Several other people were able to locate high ground and were saved by rescuers.

However, friends later that night stated that 29-year-old Jetal Agnihotri from Tucson, Arizona

Visitors to Carlsbad Caverns National Park in New Mexico were compelled to take cover for more than nine hours on Saturday.

the Eddy County Office of Emergency Management reported that flooded roadways became inaccessible.

Flash floods in national parks strand 200 people and go unreported a hiker

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