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Historic Flooding Across Colorado

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Over the past few days, a 4,500-square-mile area across Colorado's Front Range has been hit by devastating floods, leaving at least six dead, forcing thousands to evacuate, and destroying thousands of homes and farms...

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This is a devastating event - unlike anything any of us could have imagined - especially in beautiful Colorado. Our prayers are with all those affected by the flooding and also with the rescue teams, still busy at work. 

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Marissa Roy's curator insight, September 18, 2013 12:41 PM

Who would have known that this flood would have been so catastrophic? My thoughts are with the thousands of people affected by this natural disaster. I cannot even imagine how long the recovery is going to take...

MaddieWalrus's curator insight, September 23, 2013 9:57 PM

I think that this is very troubling. I heard that president Obama is calling colorado a disaster area. this is also troubling, but I'm glad to here that American Red Cross has come to the rescue. I hope that this all gets resolved and that there is no more floods to come.

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Historic Flooding Across Colorado

Historic Flooding Across Colorado | Historic Flooding Across Colorado | Scoop.it
Over the past few days, a 4,500-square-mile area across Colorado's Front Range has been hit by devastating floods, leaving at least six dead, forcing thousands to evacuate, and destroying thousands of homes and farms...

Via EconMatters
PamelaMueller's insight:

This is a devastating event - unlike anything any of us could have imagined - especially in beautiful Colorado. Our prayers are with all those affected by the flooding and also with the rescue teams, still busy at work. 

more...
Marissa Roy's curator insight, September 18, 2013 12:41 PM

Who would have known that this flood would have been so catastrophic? My thoughts are with the thousands of people affected by this natural disaster. I cannot even imagine how long the recovery is going to take...

MaddieWalrus's curator insight, September 23, 2013 9:57 PM

I think that this is very troubling. I heard that president Obama is calling colorado a disaster area. this is also troubling, but I'm glad to here that American Red Cross has come to the rescue. I hope that this all gets resolved and that there is no more floods to come.