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September 13th, 2013
01:21 AM ET

Daring rescue during historic Colorado flood

Some officials are calling it a 500-year flood. So much rain fell on Colorado, a 20-foot wall of water surged down a mountain canyon near Boulder. Homes are collapsing, dams are threatened, and roads are washed away. That includes one road outside of Boulder, where rescuers risked their own lives to save a driver swept away by the fast moving flood. Ana Cabrera has the story.
Lieutenant Rob WIlliams of Colorado's North Metro Fire Rescue District helped with the daring rescue.
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  1. Cameron K

    I know what the ppl in Colorado are going thru I am from High River Alberta Canada and we went thrust exactly the same thing that is happening now 80 percent of our town was flood It was debasing Our prayers
    go out to those who have lost their homes

    September 14, 2013 at 5:15 pm |

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