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Friday, September 13, 2013

Colorado Flood: Dams Break, Thousands Evacuate (Stunning Video and Photos)

By Susan Duclos

According to reports the floods in Colorado have broken through at least six dams, thousands have evacuated from the record breaking rainstorms that have hammered residents.

The U.S. Geological Survey Colorado Water Science Center measures the normal flow in Boulder Creek is 100 to 300 cfs and today it is reached 4,500 cubic feet per second, the Denver Post reports.

Three deaths have been report and one has gone missing.

[Update] Additional images have been added.

Cross posted at Before It's News