Colorado’s Historic Flooding Claims Four Lives

Environment News Service: Four people have died and at least 80 others are unaccounted for today as heavy rain adds to the flood waters that have forced the evacuation of some areas of Boulder and several nearby towns. The National Weather Service said Boulder has had 13.55 inches of rain since the storm began. Torrential rain and flooding is affecting a 150-mile stretch of the state`s Front Range. Boulder officials today found the body of a woman who was washed away; Thursday they recovered the body of her male companion.......

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