Parts of Arizona are in a state of emergency after a record-setting amount of rain has overtaken highways and led to schools closing and homes flooding.
In Tucson, one woman died after her vehicle submerged in at least 15 feet of water and she couldn't get out, Tucson Fire Department Capt. Barrett Baker told the Los Angeles times.
"The water was flowing tremendously fast," he said.
As of Monday morning, there were 2.96 inches of rainfall at the airport in Phoenix, which is a record for rain in a single day, the Washington Post reports.
The towns neighboring Phoenix still have a flash flood warning, and there are flash flood watches throughout much of Arizona.