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An imminent threat of unusual flooding must exist and a state must request Corps assistance.
Nogales Wash Emergency Flood Fight
Under Public Law 84-99, the Flood Control and Coastal Emergency Act, the Corps of Engineers may provide assistance to communities to save human life, prevent immediate human suffering or mitigate public property damage. An imminent threat of unusual flooding must exist and a state must request Corps assistance. Arizona Gov. Douglas Ducey requested Corps assistance July 27.
An imminent threat of unusual flooding must exist and a state must request Corps assistance.
Nogales Wash Emergency Flood Fight
Under Public Law 84-99, the Flood Control and Coastal Emergency Act, the Corps of Engineers may provide assistance to communities to save human life, prevent immediate human suffering or mitigate public property damage. An imminent threat of unusual flooding must exist and a state must request Corps assistance. Arizona Gov. Douglas Ducey requested Corps assistance July 27.
An imminent threat of unusual flooding must exist and a state must request Corps assistance.
Nogales Wash Emergency Flood Fight
Under Public Law 84-99, the Flood Control and Coastal Emergency Act, the Corps of Engineers may provide assistance to communities to save human life, prevent immediate human suffering or mitigate public property damage. An imminent threat of unusual flooding must exist and a state must request Corps assistance. Arizona Gov. Douglas Ducey requested Corps assistance July 27.
An imminent threat of unusual flooding must exist and a state must request Corps assistance.
Nogales Wash Emergency Flood Fight
Under Public Law 84-99, the Flood Control and Coastal Emergency Act, the Corps of Engineers may provide assistance to communities to save human life, prevent immediate human suffering or mitigate public property damage. An imminent threat of unusual flooding must exist and a state must request Corps assistance. Arizona Gov. Douglas Ducey requested Corps assistance July 27.
An imminent threat of unusual flooding must exist and a state must request Corps assistance.
Nogales Wash Emergency Flood Fight
Under Public Law 84-99, the Flood Control and Coastal Emergency Act, the Corps of Engineers may provide assistance to communities to save human life, prevent immediate human suffering or mitigate public property damage. An imminent threat of unusual flooding must exist and a state must request Corps assistance. Arizona Gov. Douglas Ducey requested Corps assistance July 27.
An imminent threat of unusual flooding must exist and a state must request Corps assistance.
Nogales Wash Emergency Flood Fight
Under Public Law 84-99, the Flood Control and Coastal Emergency Act, the Corps of Engineers may provide assistance to communities to save human life, prevent immediate human suffering or mitigate public property damage. An imminent threat of unusual flooding must exist and a state must request Corps assistance. Arizona Gov. Douglas Ducey requested Corps assistance July 27.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineer Los Angeles District Commander Col. Kirk Gibbs visits District personnel and response sites to personally thank Corps, National Guard and local team members Aug. 23. The Corps responded to the emergency by providing technical advice and direct flood fight assistance.
Nogales Wash Emergency Flood Fight
U.S. Army Corps of Engineer Los Angeles District Commander Col. Kirk Gibbs visits District personnel and response sites to personally thank Corps, National Guard and local team members Aug. 23. The Corps responded to the emergency by providing technical advice and direct flood fight assistance.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineer Los Angeles District Commander Col. Kirk Gibbs visits District personnel and response sites to personally thank Corps, National Guard and local team members Aug. 23. The Corps responded to the emergency by providing technical advice and direct flood fight assistance.
Nogales Wash Emergency Flood Fight
U.S. Army Corps of Engineer Los Angeles District Commander Col. Kirk Gibbs visits District personnel and response sites to personally thank Corps, National Guard and local team members Aug. 23. The Corps responded to the emergency by providing technical advice and direct flood fight assistance.

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Nogales Wash Emergency Flood Fight

Flows from summer monsoon rains eroded embankments at a number of locations within Nogales Wash, exposing and threatening critical infrastructure and property in and within the vicinity of Nogales, Santa Cruz County, Arizona. 

Additional flows from monsoon rains expected through July 30, 2017.  

In response, Gov. Ducey of Arizona requested emergency flood fight assistance from the Corps July 27. 

The Corps is authorized under Public Law 84-99 (33 United States Code §701n) to undertake emergency operations and provide flood fight assistance.