Boulder flooding: An unexpected report

I’ve been browsing news sources for some late updates on the Colorado floods, rescues, clean-up, etc. Nothing really good to report. The rain continues. The rescues continue — although some 17 National Guard helicopters are grounded today because of the low ceiling and lousy visibility. Some reports now say 5 people dead, 1 missing and presumed dead, and more than 1,200 still unaccounted for. More than 1,000 still awaiting rescue in Larimer county alone. Colorado will be a long time recovering from all this.

In the middle of all the news, I came across this on The Denver Post website this afternoon:

Unexpectedly tweets from the Boulder, Colo., floodSo Colorado! So Boulder!

For those who’d like to do their own browsing for the latest news, these are some of my favorite sources:

The Denver Post
Estes Park Trail Gazette
Boulder Daily Camera
Longmont Times-Call
KUSA Denver Channel 9
KMGH Denver Channel 7
KCNC Denver Channel 4
Rocky Mountain National Park
Boulder Office of Emergency Management
Town of Estes Park Facebook page
Town of Estes Park Twitter feed
Denver Post videos
Boulder Daily Camera videos
YouTube: Estes Park flood 2013
Google Crisis Response Map

Categories: Colorado floods 2013, Green, video content

5 replies

  1. Wow is right. I guess you have to live in such an area to even think something like that might happen, let alone know what to do when it does! 😯


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