A Rhode Island family is in mourning after a flash flood in New Hampshire. The flood roared through a campground and killed a seven-year-old girl vacationing with her family. Their SUV was swept downstream when floodwater from heavy rain turned two streams into raging torrents. The child's mother and five-year-old brother were clinging to a tree when they were rescued. They were taken to a hospital for treatment for hypothermia. Witnesses say the girl's father made it out of the vehicle and got to shore where he screamed for help. The girl's body was found in the crumpled SUV after the water receded.
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