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    US Highway 34 is seen in this undated satellite image from Google Earth
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    U.S.34 outside Greeley ripped apart by the South Platte River. Aerial photographs of the South Platte River flooding cities and farms in Weld County, Colo.
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    Lefthand Canyon Road in Boulder, Colo. is seen in this undated image from Google Maps.
    Google Maps
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    Lefthand Canyon Road near the intersection of Olde Stage Road in Boulder, Colo., on Sept. 14, in Boulder. Rescuers rushed by land and by air to evacuate Coloradoans stranded by epic mountain flooding as debris-filled rivers became muddy seas that extended into towns and farms. The flood zone has grown to cover an area covering nearly 4,500 square miles, nearly the size of Connecticut.
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    A section of U.S.34 outside Greeley is seen in this undated satellite image from Google Maps
    Google Maps
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    A section of U.S.34 outside Greeley is seen crumbled into pieces in the flood waters in aerial photographs of the South Platte River flooding cities and farms in Weld County Colo.
    Tim Rasmussen/The Denver Post via Getty Images
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    An undated satellite image taken from Google Earth of a trailer park in Evans, Colo.
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    Flood water in a trailer park off of 37th street in Evans, Colorado, carrying belongings recovered from flooded homes in the area on Sept. 16, 2013.
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    The baseball fields of Overland High School in Aurora, Colo. are seen in this undated photo taken from Google Maps.
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    People are checking Overland High School baseball field in Utah Park that is under the water in Aurora, Colorado on September 12, 2013.
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    E. Elkhorn Ave. in Estes, Colo. is seen in this undated photo from Google Maps.
    Google Maps
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    Flood waters are still over-flowing on to E. Elkhorn Ave. in Estes, Colo. as a steady rain continues to fall on Sept. 15, 2013 and the town of Estes Park begins to clean up the flooded downtown streets and stores that are popular for visitors.
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    A residential neighborhood and a connecting road in Lyons, Colo. is seen in this undated satellite image from Google Earth.
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    A residential neighborhood and a connecting road in Lyons, Colo., are cut in two by flood waters as flooding continues to devastate the Front Range and thousands are forced to evacuate with an unconfirmed number of structures destroyed on Sept. 13, 2013.
    John Wark/AP Photo
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