If you have been watching TV coverage of the Colorado floods, chances are you have seen this now iconic image of Greeley resident Tommy Meyer leading his horses to safety as the south Platte River crested its banks and flooded his farm. We got a chance to catch up with him after the storm and capture his story.
Yesterday there was a letter posted to reddit claiming that a woman in Masonville had locked the gate on her private road, preventing 400+ residents from escaping the flooded town of Drake, Colorado. Read the truth behind the letter here...
The Big Thompson Indian Village gift and antique shop was one of the only stores in the area to make it through the flood of 1976 in Big Thompson Canyon. The question is did the Big Thompson Indian Village make it through the flood of 2013?
A bottled water notification for 73 City of Loveland water customers in a small area west of West Ridge Drive and U.S. Highway 34 has been issued, alerting residents that they should not drink or use in any form water from their faucets due to damage to portions of transmission lines from the water treatment plant that serve their homes.
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