United States: 234 remain ‘unaccounted for’, rescuers slowly gain ground

Daily Camera: Search and rescue teams on Saturday took full advantage of a break in the torrential rain that has been hammering Boulder County as more than 1,200 people have been evacuated so far in the wake of a 100-year flood in what officials said may be the largest aerial rescue since Hurricane Katrina. With weather conditions improving , rescue teams were able to send helicopters into the mountain towns of western Boulder County as well as high-clearance vehicles into the town of Lyons to evacuate stranded......

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