Fox News Update: Colorado Flooding



EVANS, Colo. (Fox News) – So far 3,000 people have been rescued in the deadly flood that took place in Colorado. Fox News reports the most stagnant water in Boulder with 9 to 12 inches. Over in Evans, power lines are down, water treatment plants are out and the West Nile virus is said to be very prevalent because of the abundance of mosquitoes. They say Nebraska residents are being warned as flood waters head their way.

Filed Under :  
Locations : Colorado