This photo released Thursday by Benji Xie shows flooding from a waterfall on the Havasupai reservation in Supai, Arizona. About 200 tourists were being evacuated Thursday from a campground on tribal land near famous waterfalls deep in a gorge off the Grand Canyon. (Benji Xie via AP)

This photo released Thursday by Benji Xie shows flooding from a waterfall on the Havasupai reservation in Supai, Arizona. About 200 tourists were being evacuated Thursday from a campground on tribal land near famous waterfalls deep in a gorge off the Grand Canyon. (Benji Xie via AP)

Flash flood sends tourists to high ground near Grand Canyon

All the tourists were accounted for and no one was seriously injured.

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