Deadly floods out west across Colorado hundreds are still missing tonight families trapped in their homes rescues by air water and land are under way. ABC meteorologist changes he has been on this... See More
Deadly floods out west across Colorado hundreds are still missing tonight families trapped in their homes rescues by air water and land are under way. ABC meteorologist changes he has been on this story from the starting she's live in the flood zone tonight good evening ginger. Yet George rescue efforts yesterday by air were grounded doesn't whether the blue skies today -- this airport has been abuzz all day constant action more than 640 people rescued. And so many more in the mountains that need their help. Finally 36. Days after being stranded by historic flooding we're hearing from -- who had been cut off from the -- business. They're running out of food and water -- all -- latest. They got speeches you know it's icy snow leaving Indianapolis Kansas where 160 people rescued this since this morning yet at this airport. Boulder municipal. And a hundred -- Harrowing stories. Like -- Carolina and her eleven year old daughter Alina. It's cold up there there's a lot of rain and we're trying to -- the house warm while fill much of northern Colorado is still isolated washed out and -- -- We know at least seven are dead more than 400 still unaccounted -- thousands evacuated from their homes some flights. Like the Rodgers covered in mud cleaning up from that first flood and asked to evacuate their home for a second time in less than a week. And now the -- you again at getting out. That. Rescued yesterday the 85 students trapped on the field trip when the flood came through. We have enough fairly add enough water in the -- OK and elect new rule in wetlands. We are string games are announcing it now playing and getting out in the -- of the boulder flooding this frantic man flashing his lights on and off to get help. Officials urging anyone else -- to waved white sheets or use them nearer to reflect the sun and get rescuers attention. Little things like some little flashlights and a cell phone makes enough light to be seen. 500 feet in the air by a helicopter pilots wearing night -- And you see the sunshine now the forecast has turned -- the pattern completely changed a whole lot of hope here in -- Rodham.
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