GILA COUNTY, Ariz. (CNN) - Rescue crews will resume their search of a missing man who was swept away in flash floods in Arizona.
Jack Lloyd (MGN)
Authorities said at least nine people have died after flood waters swept a family at a swimming hole away.
The Gila County Sheriff's Department said 14 family members were near Cold Springs Swimming hole on Saturday when heavy rains caused the flash flooding. Four family members were later rescued Saturday afternoon and taken to the hospital.
The victims have not been identified. Though police said six children between the ages of two and 13 are among the dead, and the oldest victim was in their late 60s.
The missing family member is a 27-year-old male.