Feed Frenzy: Moment of Crisis

Heroic rescue workers have battled relentless flash floods in Colorado to save lives.
1:39 | 09/13/13

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-- -- -- Couple busy Raymond kept it down again last night and flew -- And that poor. All through the night it inch an hour at times dropped so thick that one older students said they felt like hail all of it. Elevated Boulder Creek into a muddy to -- -- it sixteen times its normal rate. All of overwhelming camps designed to protect. And turning roads into raging rivers while rescue helicopters were grounded there was one spectacular rescue in the middle of this road. Three cars in the rushing water to drivers have been saved. One car flipped the man inside trapped in the water for an hour rescuers attach cables pulled his car -- break the window. Would -- as he prepares to climb out the car flips the vehicle. Well at least three have died from this flash flood this man walks away with -- minor injuries and story tell. Had a great reminder that flooding kills more people would tornadoes hurricanes and life. And almost half those deaths happened in vehicles. So how to make sure you join the ranks of the survivors will rule over one stay inside your car. Water moving at just four miles per hour exerts 66 pounds of force so just one -- moving at that rate. These words and elephants weight in force. Don't risk jumping out steer clear bridges -- could collapse and remember that roads may have eroded the bottom line and rescuers say turnaround. And don't --

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