Colorado Flood

3:00pm

Fri November 8, 2013
Colorado Flood

CO Climate Center Still Searching For Flood Data

A scene in west Loveland right off Highway 34 on Sept. 17, 2013.
Grace Hood KUNC

Today marks the preliminary deadline for the Colorado Climate Center’s data collection from the September floods. Scientists have precise estimates of rainfall totals from Fort Collins to Colorado Springs.

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12:41pm

Mon November 4, 2013
Colorado Flood

Open Early, 36 Now Another Route Into Estes Park

Members of the Utah Army National Guard’s 1457th Engineer Battalion continue their work to repair roadways in Colorado a month after a devastating flood washed away homes and roads. Taken Oct. 5 2013.
Credit 2nd Lt. Angela Brees, Kansas Air National Guard Public Affairs / Flickr/creative commons

5:53pm

Thu October 31, 2013
Colorado Floods

Colorado’s Chief Recovery Officer Determined To Rebuild Bigger And Better Post-Flood

Flooding in Estes Park.
Kevin Beaty Flickr - Creative Commons

The task of rebuilding following September’s historic flooding will take years to complete and one man - Jerre Stead, Colorado’s Chief Recovery Officer -  is overseeing the effort.

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12:22pm

Thu October 31, 2013
Colorado Floods

Watch A Flood Ravaged Colorado Road Get Rebuilt In 3 Minutes

A screencap from James Balog's video showing the damage to North Cedar Brook Road in Pinewood Hills.
Youtube.

More than a month after floodwater soaked the state, washing out roads and bridges, state and local crews are rushing to get those roads reopened before the winter. Many mountain roads were hit hardest, with North Cedar Brook Road in Pinewood Hills one of many on the list.

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6:00am

Sat October 26, 2013
Colorado Flood

Six Weeks Post-Flood, Lyons Residents Finally Return

Spirit Hound Distillers Co-Founder Craig Englehorn surveys damage behind his East Lyons business on September 30, 2013 .
Grace Hood KUNC

About 1,000 residents displaced by flooding in Lyons can move back into their homes starting Saturday. That’s after the floods shredded essential water and sewer pipes — which then became contaminated with E. coli bacteria.

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