Treacherous Rapids Form as Rain Floods San Francisco River in Gualaceo

StoryfulWeatherPublished: July 27, 2017Updated: July 29, 2017
Published: July 27, 2017Updated: July 29, 2017

Heavy rains in the province of Azuay turned the normally low, white water of the San Francisco river into raging rapids. This video, taken on July 26, shows the swell cascading down a hill outside the town of Gualaceo, Ecuador. Evacuations for the flooded town of Gualaceo, which is situated in between the San Francisco and Santa Barbara rivers, began on July 26, according to news reports and alerts from the municipal water company. Credit: Facebook/Edison Encalada via Storyful

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