Update: A fourth victim was confirmed dead from the flooding after a woman's body was found in Boulder.
Colorado's Governor has declared a disaster emergency in 14 counties.
Flash flooding in Colorado has left at least three people dead and caused damage to homes, cars, buildings and roads.
FOX News Radio's Jessica Rosenthal reports:
One person was found dead in the water in Colorado Springs. Officials say two people were killed in Boulder County.
The City Manager of Boulder has signed a disaster declaration. Fire spokeswoman Sara Farris in Lafayette says they've been getting calls of people stuck in flood waters.
(Farris) "There were three cars that were in the water. The road had been eroded from all the excess rain that had been coming through this drainage area. There was a victim in each car. We sent rescue boats out and we were able to rescue the victims."
On top of that, three buildings have been washed away in the mountains because of flooding and mudslides.
Jessica Rosenthal, FOX News Radio.
Watch VIDEO of a rescue below:
VIEW photos of the flooding in Colorado (Photo Courtesy: AP):