Posted September 12, 2013 by Tabby T in News

Flash Floods Leaves 3 Dead in Boulder, Colorado [Photo]


According to U.S news online, “Torrential rain” consumed various places in Colorado within the last 24 hours. This disaster washed away many homes, caused residents to evacuate their homes and public facilities within the area, not to mention leaving 3 people dead.

“The National Weather Service described a ‘life-threatening situation’ in an emergency message issued just after midnight local time for several areas around Boulder, where about 6.5 inches of rain fell in a 24-hour period, according to the National Weather Service.

The first death was reported near Jamestown, according to officials, and was thought to be because of a building collapse. Another person was found dead on Linden Drive in Boulder, officials said. The Colorado Springs Fire Department reported a third death on Thursday morning after a body was recovered near Interstate 25.”