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By Jon Erdman Oct 30 2015 07:45 AM EDT weather.com  An average of 75 people have died in the U.S. from flash floods each year from 2004-2013, according to the National Weather Service. Thats more than double the average death toll from lightning.Almost two of every three U.S. flash flood deaths from 1995-2010, exclud
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A flash flood is a rapid flood ing of geomorphic low-lying areas washes, river s, dry lake s and basins . It may be caused by heavy rain associated with a severe thunderstorm , hurricane , tropical storm , or meltwater from ice or snow flowing over ice sheets or snowfields. Flash floods may occur after the collapse of