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Where were you during the 2013 flood?

 

September 7, 2018



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It’s been five years since the September 2013 flood that devastated portions of Boulder County. According to Wikipedia, the county received a total of 26 inches of rain from Sept.12 to Sept. 15, 2013. Boulder County’s average yearly precipitation is 20 inches.

Two hundred and sixty-two homes were destroyed and over 1,600 people were evacuated. Niwot High School was designated as an evacuation center. Many evacuees were flown in from Jamestown, which was especially hard hit.

The high school received hundreds of towels, blank...



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