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Greeley Family’s Home Falls into River, Scattering Memories Across Flooded Pastures

If you have been watching TV coverage of the Colorado floods, chances are you have seen this now iconic image of Greeley resident Tommy Meyer leading his horses to safety as the south Platte River crested its banks and flooded his farm. We got a chance to catch up with him after the storm and capture his story.

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Harrowing Stories From The Colorado National Guard’s Flood Rescue Operations [PICTURES]

As with every almost every disaster situation, heroes in our community and beyond have stepped up to lend a helping hand; the Colorado floods are no exception.

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Photos From Platteville, Colorado – Flood 2013

Here are some photos of the devastation created by the 2013 flooding in Platteville, Colorado.

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Photos From Estes Park, Colorado – Flood 2013

Estes Park was cut off from all communication with the outside world, but as conditions improve we are getting a look at the aftermath from the small community. Here are some of the pictures from the area that we have seen so far.

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The Most Shocking Photos From The 2013 Colorado Flood

See some of the most extreme pics from the flooding

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See Pictures and Videos of Milliken Flooding in Colorado 2013

Check out these videos of flood water from the Big Thompson River rushing through the town of Milliken, Colorado. These were taken on Highway 257 by the Mad Russian golf course and from CR 17 and CR 52.

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Photos From Greeley and Evans Colorado – Flood 2013

Here are some photos from the Colorado flooding in Greeley and Evans.

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Flooding Hitting Milliken Hard, HWY 257 Bridge Washed Out, Animals Stranded

Scary pictures of animals stranded in the flood waters of Milliken, Colorado. The video above was from my in-laws of flooding happening from the bridge at Weld County Roads 17 & 52 taken this afternoon. An incredible amount of water is moving through the rivers and I fear we're going to hear more bad news before we start hearing good news.

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Colorado Flood Washes Out Highway 34 [PICTURES]

The devastation being wrought on by this floodwater is almost incomprehensible. Highway 34 has pretty much been completely washed out above Loveland's Dam Store in the Big Thompson Canyon.

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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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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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