UPDATE: Storm brings flash flood warnings, rescues, road closures

UPDATE: Storm brings flash flood warnings, rescues, road closures
Fire crews were kept busy responding to multiple requests for swift-water rescues on Thursday, July 23. (Source: Green Valley Fire District)

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - The National Weather Service in Tucson has allowed flash flood warnings for parts of Pima and Pinal counties to expire.

For the latest information about the weather alerts, click HERE.

There were multiple requests for swift-water rescues reported after the rain started falling on Thursday, July 23.

The Tucson Fire Department said several agencies were involved in a rescue of a man caught in the Rillito.

No further details were immediately available.

Earlier Thursday, TFD was called out for another swift-water rescue near Fort Lowell and Craycroft. However, when the crews arrived at the scene, no vehicles were in need of assistance, so the call was canceled for any other crews en route.

Several roads in the area experienced weather-related closures. Please remember that road conditions can change rapidly. Do not enter flooded areas

For the latest on road closures, click HERE.

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