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Welcome to our blog, Nature warning
and this post, Colorado flood
The post in this blog is being posted to remind us that
there are too many events of extreme climate changes that happen in the world
today more often, and therefore we should be concerned and at the same time we
should be looking, if there is anything that we could do to minimize these
events, for this reason we are also posting this in blogger so that we could
keep a record of these events; now these events have been reported in the
Yahoo! News, and here under we post a full copy as it was reported.
LOS ANGELES (AFP) - The water-soaked
US state of Colorado saw more rainfall Sunday that threatened to slow the
search for the 500 people unaccounted for after several days of massive
Among the hundreds missing, officials
suggested many may simply not be able to call loved ones because of damage to
cell phone towers or power outages.
"But we're still bracing,"
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper said.
"There are many, many homes that
have been destroyed. A number have been collapsed and we haven't been in them
yet," he told CNN.
Some 500 people are unaccounted for,
In addition, thousands have been
evacuated after torrential downpours washed away roads and inundated
communities, claiming at least six lives.
Rain began pelting the western state
earlier this week, with Boulder especially hard hit, seeing 7.2 inches (18.3
centimeters) of precipitation in about 15 hours starting Wednesday night.
And with more downpours affecting
already flood-ravaged areas, the situation could get even worse, Hickenlooper
It was raining in Boulder, a
university town, by early afternoon and a flash flood warning was in effect,
The Weather Channel predicted. The same was true for Denver, it said.
With the ground already saturated,
"that's going to just really magnify the problems we've had so far,"
Hickenlooper said in reference to Boulder County.
"We're still trying to evacuate
people," he added, noting that almost 2,000 residents had been moved out
of Boulder alone.
Liz Donaghey, a spokeswoman for the
Boulder Office of Emergency Management, said poor visibility had grounded
several US National Guard helicopters deployed to the area to help people get
out of danger.
"At this point it is a big
concern with the weather," she told CNN in a separate interview.
On Saturday, hail the size of peas or
even marbles pummeled parts of the city of Aurora, according to local weather
reports. A series of thunderstorms also struck the area.
Raging floodwaters, already presumed
to have killed at least five people, apparently claimed the life of a sixth.
The latest apparent victim is an
80-year-old woman who was injured and couldn't get out of her home, the Denver
Post quoted John Schulz, spokesman for the Larimer County sheriff's department,
"There might be further loss of
life," Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle told reporters earlier. "It's
certainly a high probability ... We're hoping to reach everyone as soon as
But some additional help was on the
way, with President Barack Obama declaring a major disaster in Colorado and
ordering federal aid to support state and local efforts.
"Assistance can include grants
for temporary housing and home repairs, low-cost loans to cover uninsured
property losses, and other programs to help individuals and business owners
recover from the effects of the disaster," the White House said.
Hickenlooper welcomed the assistance,
saying the Federal Emergency Management Agency "has been terrific."
The Wyoming National Guard was
helping the evacuation effort after Governor Matt Mead activated five UH-60
Black Hawk helicopters and 20 crew members, the state's military department
Some 1,200 residents were pulled out
of the Pinewood Springs area by the National Guard and Fort Carson personnel,
state authorities said on Twitter.
But many others were still awaiting
rescue, which authorities said could take days for some.
Officials said there were widespread
power outages as streets became raging rivers after the state received months'
worth of rain in just a few days.
Pictures from helicopter cameras
showed heavy rain had reduced the towns of Jamestown, Lyons and Longmont to
little more than islands, with ready-to-eat meals being dropped to stranded,
anxious residents below.
Residents' furry friends were also
stranded by the torrential rains.
"Our victims' advocates told me
tonight there were almost as many pets as people getting off the evacuation
helicopters today," the Larimer County Sheriff's Office tweeted.
Weld County Commissioner Sean Conway
called the widespread flooding an "epic event."
"It is a once in 500 years or
1,000 years situation," he told the Denver Post.
Hickenlooper concurred. "This
is a heck of a storm," he said.
This is the end of the report, we hope that one day by
keeping these records in blogger we can find something that might help
understand better what is really happening.