Record rainfall triggers flash flooding in Death Valley

Death Valley is recovering from last week’s devastating floods, where roads throughout the park remained closed after it got three-quarters of its usual annual rainfall in one day. Josh Sirlin, a weather photographer who was at the National Park during the flash flooding and mudslides, joined CBS News to discuss.

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