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Chopper rescues resume in Colorado floods - New York Daily News

Chopper rescues resume in Colorado floods - New York Daily News | Natural Disasters | Scoop.it
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Chopper rescues resume in Colorado floods
New York Daily News
Sunday's rains grounded helicopters, but the rescue mission resumes on Monday.

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Aanna Roslien's comment, September 27, 2013 10:39 AM
This is a really inspiring story and It's so awesome to see people are so strong and pushing through everything going on. These floods are affecting so many people and continuing to take over areas. This has such a big impact on the world and mostly our country because we are doing everything we can to stop and help.
Cameron Miller's comment, October 3, 2013 2:29 PM
This is an awesome story. These people are very strong to be able to push through everything that is going on. These floods are affecting a lot of people and doing lots of harm.
Haley van Zante's comment, October 3, 2013 9:53 PM
I am happy that people are getting to safer places. Also having people you don't even know that is saving your life just makes it even more amazing.
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Amazing Flash Flood / Debris Flow Southern Utah HD

July 18th 2013. Massive debris flow / flash flood in Southern Utah. Close to 3" of rain fell north of my location and I filmed these shots 6+ hours after the...
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AJ Kingery's comment, September 27, 2013 10:31 AM
I believe that they should do they same thing as the tornado one. People need to go in Utah and help pick up all this Debris. It was out in a desert so nothing really got destroyed such as home and people. But this flash flood caught a lot of debris so people need to go and pick it up so we don't have trash sitting their. Big impact is it affected a lot of this land but that's okay. It's better to destroy land then people's homes and big places like that.
Aanna Roslien's comment, September 27, 2013 10:40 AM
This is so crazy! I did this story too and I liked to see that all come down the mountain. All the sticks that came with the water was so weird. I think that this is still scary because it is affecting people in the surrounding areas and is destroying their land.
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The Great Hurricane of 1938 in Photos - weather.com

The Great Hurricane of 1938 in Photos - weather.com | Natural Disasters | Scoop.it
See images of a historic hurricane that slammed the Northeast and New England 75 years ago. (75 years ago, a massive hurricane slammed the Northeast.
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AJ Kingery's comment, September 27, 2013 10:43 AM
This was just a crazy Hurricane. Tons of things got destroyed. Homes/ Buildings and forest got knocked down. Then the floods with all these tress and debris in it just made it worse! It knocked more homes with the tress in the flood. The big impact is that it destroyed and it cost lots of money to fix all the things that got destroyed. They had to rebuild the homes and all the building that had got destroyed.
Jazz VanHemert's comment, October 1, 2013 10:18 AM
This hurricane was a really interesting and big one! Today we can build things faster but i can't imagine how long and how big of an impact it had back then. I'm sure it was hard to make everything good as new.
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Colorado floods leave 500 unaccounted for

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Los Angeles (AFP) Sept 15, 2013 - The water-soaked US state of Colorado saw more rainfall Sunday that threatened to slow the search for the 500 people unaccounted for after several days of massive flooding.

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AJ Kingery's comment, October 1, 2013 10:21 AM
The big impact on this flood is that we need to help out the people who don't have homes. People have been lost their homes due to this huge flood. 500 people don't have homes right now and they still need money to rebuild their homes and they need a place to stay for now! People are just getting caught up in the flood and losing their lives and losing their homes. They have to get all this water out to even start building everything that got destroyed.
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5/20/13 Moore, OK EF-5 Tornado

Large, violent tornado plowed through Moore, OK. We intercepted the tornado from within a half mile by South Moore High School. Complete destruction...prayer...
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AJ Kingery's comment, September 27, 2013 10:23 AM
This tornado was just absolutely crazy! The big impact is how are we going to fix all of this damage and trash. I know all these people will want to raise money and get donations but I don't think that will be enough. I think people should go to Moore, OK and help build the school all over again and all the other things that got destroyed. Rebuild the whole school district and use the money that people raised for you! I think that's the best way to fix all this damage.
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Bragg Creek Flood 2013 House Breaking

A video of a house shattering against the bridge during the first day of the 2013 flood in Bragg Creek. I offer my sincerest condolences to those who lost th...
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AJ Kingery's comment, September 27, 2013 10:34 AM
This is a terrible flood. This was right in the middle of their town and destroyed everything in it's way.People will donate money to this town to help rebuild this town. Big impact is that people's homes got knocked down and don't even have a house to live in right now. They left the town so all this water could get out of the town.
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For Colorado's 'biblical' floods, numbers tell astonishing tale (+video) - Christian Science Monitor

For Colorado's 'biblical' floods, numbers tell astonishing tale (+video) - Christian Science Monitor | Natural Disasters | Scoop.it
Christian Science Monitor For Colorado's 'biblical' floods, numbers tell astonishing tale (+video) Christian Science Monitor In the meantime, though, here are several statistics that give some sense of just how damaging – and unusual – these floods...
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Cameron Miller's comment, October 3, 2013 9:19 PM
I agree with both of you, we could lose money. This will take a while for stuff to happen and you are gonna need some money to be able to rebuild. As tax payers we pay for recoveries of these natural disasters.
Haley van Zante's comment, October 3, 2013 9:55 PM
Most people don't have money to pay other people. So my question is, should all of the roads be rebuild or should just the main roads be rebuilt?
kenny kersbergen's comment, October 8, 2013 3:00 PM
I think that only the main roads and bridges should be replaced first then start to do the back roadsa.
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No Major U.S. Hurricane Has Hit Since 2005. Why? - Huffington Post

No Major U.S. Hurricane Has Hit Since 2005. Why? - Huffington Post | Natural Disasters | Scoop.it
By Douglas Main, LiveScience Staff Writer: The United States hasn't been any stranger to hurricanes in the last eight years.
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AJ Kingery's comment, October 1, 2013 10:16 AM
The main reason we haven't had a hurricane since 2005 is because of luck. I strongly agree with that because it's not like we know when every rain storm and flood is going to happen. Some can just pop up and we would have no idea about it. We can see on the radar if one is going to start but we can't see when it's going to hit and how much damage it will do. It could be a small hurricane that does little damage or it could be a huge hurricane where it destroys homes and everything in it's way. It's just plain luck. We can just say their will be a hurricane today and destroy people lives. It takes awhile to start up but that doesn't mean it would hit land.