Colorado Floods Leave Three Dead, Thousands Displaced

Nature World News: President Barack Obama approved federal disaster aid late Thursday for Colorado towns affected by a series of flash floods. Triggered by days of heavy rain across Colorado's Front Range mountains, the flooding has left at least three dead and thousands displaced, Boulder officials report. According to Fox News, roughly 4,000 people living around the mouth of Boulder Canyon were notified to head to higher ground late Thursday. Meanwhile, Boulder County spokesman James Burrus said 8,000 telephone......

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