Colorado hit by deadly flash floods

NBC News: The National Weather Service issued a civil emergency message for the Boulder, Colorado, area as heavy rains caused homes to be swept away in deadly flash floods that left hundreds evacuated and dams at-risk.

The flooding turned fatal when 1 person was killed near Jamestown, Colorado, after a building collapsed as a result of heavy rains.

Follow coverage on BreakingNews.com with updates and live local video.

Photo: Flooding in Boulder, Colorado (Instagram user brandash)


This is an image of Calbayog as Typhoon Hagupit continues to bear down on the eastern islands of the Philippines. I am disgusted by the lack of information considering this is still the equivalent to a Category 2 hurricane, and the area it is striking is already in shambles after Super Typhoon Haiyan 13 months ago and several other storms in recent months. This is a very dangerous and dire situation yet the media is more concerned about President Obama’s sore throat or a truck fire blocking a street in Jersey. My heart is with all those riding out this storm, you have shown people like me so much in the last 13 months, it is time to once again show the world how to pull through. Much love and best wishes Philippines.