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2013 Colorado Flood

2013 Colorado Flood

Colorado Flooding Harmony and CR 5
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Photos Of Colorado Flooding From Timnath and Windsor (9/13/2013) [PICTURES]

The flooding continues in Colorado today, I snapped some pictures on the way to work today from Timnath and Windsor around noon. It's nothing like the devastation seen in some of the mountain towns, but is certainly an awe-inspiring amount of water where water just normally...isn't.

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Is the Water Safe to Drink After the Colorado Floods?

We have been asked numerous times today about the water quality across northern Colorado and we have the answers to your questions regarding the safety of the drinking water after the Colorado floods.

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Photo by Deneanne Johnson near LaSalle
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Greeley Requests Voluntary Evacuation, Anticipates More Flooding

Over the last couple of days we have seen the pictures, heard the stories, and many of us have lived with the disaster that has been going on in Northern Colorado. But there is one major city in the region that has managed to stay relatively dry, and sneak under the radar... Until now! Greeley now joins other cities in Northern Colorado and finds part of the city also in disaster mode. 

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Officials Inspect Dams at Horsetooth Reservoir


During a crisis the worst thing that can, and does happen is a little thing we learned about in kindergarten... The telephone effect, or rumors. People talking about information that may not be true, or may get twisted as it gets passed along. One rumor we have heard today that is NOT true has to do with the dams at Horsetooth Reservoir. They ARE safe! 

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City of Loveland Crews Trying to Re-Connect City Split in Two

Loveland was split in two by floodwaters from the Big Thompson River last night, and crews are currently working to reopen north-south access. City fire, police, utilities and public works crews, staged both on the north and south sides of the river, are working to maintain services to residents

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Flooding Could Wash Out Bridges in Colorado: CDOT Currently Inspecting

The flood waters that caused the Big Thompson River and Poudre River to rise last night are causing problems with roadways and bridges in Northern Colorado. Many major arteries including I-25 have been shut down, and in the towns of Fort Collins and Loveland virtually every bridge that crosses these major rivers is now closed.

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Photos From Fort Collins, Colorado – Flood 2013

Here are photos from the flooding in Fort Collins.

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Photos From Boulder, Colorado – Flood 2013

Here are photos from the flood in Boulder and surrounding areas.

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Photos From Longmont, Colorado – Flood 2013

Here is photos from the flood in Longmont and surrounding areas.

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Photos From Lyons, Colorado – Flood 2013

Here is photos from the flood hitting Lyons.

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Photos From Loveland, Colorado – Flood 2013

Here are photos from the flood in Loveland, and surrounding areas.

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Brian & Todd with Sheriff Justin Smith and Commissioner Tom Donnelly
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Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith Interview With Brian & Todd About Current Flood Situation

Brian and Todd interviewed Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith this morning to get the latest on the flash floods that have been pounding Larimer County for the past couple of days.

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