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Share Your Stories & Pictures from the Colorado Floods with Us

There is no question about it, the flooding that has crippled Colorado over the last five days is an event that many of us may never see again in our lifetimes. That being said we want to capture all of the amazing stories and pictures to live on in history forever, but we need your help.

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Rainfall Totals for the 2013 Colorado Flood [MAP]

The amount of rain that has fallen in certain locations around the state of Colorado is in one word amazing. Rainfall totals are very high and are comparable to what is seen many times with a Hurricane.

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Aerial Footage of Highwy 34 from Loveland to Estes Park [VIDEO]

We've had quite a few pictures posted of what is now left of Highway 34 in the Thompson Canyon between Loveland and Estes Park, but now now we have aerial video of the canyon.

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Larimer County, Colorado Flood 2013
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Long-Term Recovery Information For Larimer County – Colorado Flood 2013

I have to hand it to city and state officials who have been keeping us all up-to-date with information about the flooding in Colorado, especially here in Larimer County. (Case in point, the updates from Sheriff Justin Smith.) Larimer County has already created a page with information containing immediate and long-term info for flood recovery information.

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Town of Frederick, Colorado Advises Residents to Boil their Water

A break in a water main in the Central Weld County Water District has prompted a "Boil Order" for the Town of Frederick. Here is the information that they sent to us...

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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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Flooding Near Greeley
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All Greeley/Evans District 6 Schools Closed on Monday – District Has Change of Heart

All Greeley/Evans District 6 schools to be open Monday, September 16th. With all of the flooding in the Evans area, you may wonder why. District 6 officials offered this explanation on their Website:

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Dam Store in Loveland Still Standing After Big Thompson Flood of 2013

There have been some heart wrenching photos coming from the flooding of the Thompson Canyon and a lot of people have been asking about a beloved store that is pretty much on the banks of said river; The Dam Store.

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Susan Moore, TSM
Susan Moore, TSM
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Disaster Assistance Center Opens in Loveland

The Disaster Assistance Center is being set up at the Rocky Mountain Center for Innovation And Technology (formerly the old HP/Agilent Building) at 14th and Taft. Donations are being accepted in Lower D building on the east side of the facility starting at 10:00 AM Sunday morning

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Rains Expected Today in Colorado Could Worsen Flooding

The Larimer County Sheriffs Office said additional rain overnight did not cause any new problems but we are on high alert for flooding again today in Larimer County. Fort Collins crews are monitoring the Poudre River closely as the forecast is for an additional 1 to 2 inches of rain.

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City of Loveland Shuts Down 36 Inch Main Water Line from Treatment Plant Due to Floods

Yesterday the City of Loveland knew that they had some problems going on within the cities water system. It looks like they have now isolated part of the problem and are working quickly to ensure that the infrastructure will be easier to repair going forward.

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CarolMae, Twitter
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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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