Parts of Colorado remain in crisis and the search is on for hundreds who are unaccounted for after deadly flooding.
FOX News Radio's Jessica Rosenthal has the story from Boulder, Colorado:
In Larimer County alone, 1,000 people are still stranded. Here in Boulder County, giant military vehicles headed out. These may be the only vehicles that can get through the mud where the roads have washed away.
Boulder County official: "There are many areas throughout the county, and again we're still trying to understand the complete scope, they don't have access. The roads are impacted and people can't get out."
The weather has cleared enough at the Boulder Airport for helicopters to take off. They'll look for the many stranded who have been told to make signs, wave bright blankets or use mirrors to alert personnel where they are.
In Boulder, Jessica Rosenthal, FOX News Radio.
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