If you're in Mountain View, it's hard to mistake a Google campus bicycle. The multi-colored cruisers aren't the kind you'd see frequently rolling around town.
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JANUARY 28, 2014
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2014 - MOUNTAIN SPRINGS CREEK, LLC
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- Rise in Google bikes stolen, dumped in Mountain View creek has locals annoyed
By Alyssa Pereira - Wednesday Jul 19, 2017
- 9 dead, boy missing in flash flood at Arizona swimming hole
By SALLY HO and ANITA SNOW, Associated Press - Sunday Jul 16, 2017
(AP) — Nine people died and a 13-year-old boy was still missing Sunday after a furious flash flood tore through a group of family and friends cooling off in a creek in the Tonto National Forest in Arizona.Gila County Sheriff's Detective David Hornung told The Associated Press that the group from the Phoenix and Flagstaff areas had met up for a daytrip along the popular Cold Springs swimming hole near Payson in central Arizona and were playing in the water Saturday afternoon when muddy flood waters came roaring down the canyon.The group had set out chairs to lounge on a warm summer day when miles upstream an intense thunderstorm dumped heavy rainfall on the mountain.Search and rescue crews, including 40 people on foot and others in a helicopter, recovered the bodies of five children and four adults, some as far as two miles down the river.Video she posted to social media showed torrents of muddy water surging through jagged canyons carved in Arizona's signature red rock.The National Weather Service, which had issued a flash flood warning, estimated up to 1.5 inches of rain fell over the area in an hour.Crowds looking to beat the Phoenix metro area's heat headed to the small creeks that flow out of the mountains forming swimming holes and a series of small waterfalls.Hornung said there was no way to notify people of the flash flood warning, as cell service is limited and there are no officials stationed in the area.
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- Get ready for 'spring cleaning' in foreclosures
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- The Gang Murders in the Suburbs
By LIZ ROBBINS and NADIA T. RODRIGUEZ - Wednesday Jul 12, 2017
Four young Latino men went to hang out in the woods on Long Island one night during spring break. They ended up victims of the brutal gang MS-13.
- Flash flood kills 5 children, 4 adults at Arizona swim hole
By SALLY HO and ANITA SNOW, Associated Press - Monday Jul 17, 2017
Flash flood kills 5 children, 4 adults at Arizona swim hole(AP) — Adults, teens and children as young as 2 were enjoying a summer afternoon by cooling off in an Arizona creek when the gentle waters turned deadly.The group from the Phoenix and Flagstaff areas had met Saturday for a day trip along a popular swimming hole near Payson, about 100 miles (160.9 kilometers) northeast of the capital.Video she posted to social media showed torrents of water surging through jagged canyons carved in Arizona's signature red rock.Some search and rescue team members were already near the swimming hole after getting a call to help someone who had suffered a bad allergic reaction, according to Detective Sgt. David Hornung of the Gila County Sheriff's Department.Crowds looking to beat the Phoenix metro area's heat often head to the small creeks that flow out of the mountains forming swimming holes and a series of small waterfalls.Steve Stevens, a volunteer fire fighter with Water Wheel Search and Rescue, said visitors should stay away when there are flash flood warnings."The clouds over on the other side of the mountain can be dumping buckets, and all of a sudden there's a wall of water coming through that just wipes out everything in its path," said Stevens, who has lived in the area for 20 years.In 2015, seven people were killed in Utah's Zion National Park when they were trapped during a flash flood while hiking in a popular canyon that was as narrow as a window in some spots and several hundred feet deep.