That is so impressive. I was there just one month before it happened.
Watch the raging Iguazu Falls furiously overflow on June 9, 2014.
The scary video records the terrifying moment floodwaters cover wooden footbridges hanging over the falls on which tourists usually walk.
According to first measurements, there was 33 times more water than usual.
The water level started rising from the usual 1,500 cubic meters per second to 5,230 into just an afternoon. The day after it had risen to an amazing 46,300 cubic meters per second.
Just compare the color of the water from this previous post.
Of course, officials closed the walks and people visiting the national park were only allowed to walk through the jungle and around the commercial sector.
Watch more pictures of this incredible weather event here.