Last Updated 7 pm - September 15
Photos from the September 2013 Floods in Colorado.
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Photo Credit: Kristin Dewey
The Town of Goodrich, CO is flooded out in these photos submitted by Daisy Lister.
Photo Credit: Daisy Lister
This photo, courtesy Diana Keck, shows devasation near CO 66 and CR 17 (east of Platteville).
Photo Credit: Diana Keck
The Poudre River runs over the Poudre River Trail near Windsor
Photo Credit: Town of Windsor & Friends
Some of the lakes near the Poudre River were helpful in preventing more catastrophic flooding.
More flooding near the Poudre River near Loveland.
Soccer field in Windsor
The Poudre Trail near Windsor
Near Eastman Park and 7th Street.
7th Street in Windsor
Railroad tracks near CO 257 and Crossroads Boulevard.
Near the Dam Store, US Highway 34.
Photo Credit: NoCo5. Used with Permission
Flooding near Lemay and Mulberry - Fort Collins
Linden Street Bridge - Fort Collins, Colorado
Mariana Butte Golf Course in Loveland.
Photo Credit: City of Fort Collins Government
East Lincoln Ave. Fort Collins
East Lincoln Ave. near Odell Brewing Fort Collins
Cache la Poudre Elementary/Junior High
Fort Collins bridges remain closed for safety.
North College Ave, Fort Collins
North College Ave.,Fort Collins
This is CO-257 and CO-60 as you enter Milliken. Submitted to us via the Big Country 97.9 Facebook page.
Photo Credit: Tiffany Dennis-Centeno
Ryan Maye Handy @cololegends shared this image on Twitter. This was shot near US-34, west of Sandy's Convenience Store.
Photo Credit: Dan Spoelma
Near Johnstown, CO.
Photo Credit: Monica Kopcow
I-25 near US-34 in Loveland, Colorado
Photo Credit: Steve Walker
Photo Credit: Logan Thomas
Photo Credit: NoCo 5.
Police car floating away near Johnstown, CO.
Dan Spoelma @cololegends shared this image on Twitter. This is I-25
Dan Spoelma @cololegends shared this image on Twitter.
Thompson River Ranch Subdivision - east of I-25 where Big Thompson crossed
US Highway 34 is closed at Glade Road outside of Loveland.
Photo Credit: Tom Lucero/Clear Channel Media + Entertainment
The Big Thompson River overflows from its banks east of Loveland.
Waters on the river are high outside of Fort Lupton near Colorado 52 and US 85.
Photo Credit: Mike Sanchez/Clear Channel Media + Entertainment
Waters on the river are high outside of Fort Lupton.
Waters on the river are high outside of Fort Lupton near Colorado 52 and US 85..
Normally a smaller creek, the south fork of the Little Thompson is overflowing.
Photo Credit: Dan Laurizio
Friends in Aurora shared these photos with us. This is near Colfax and I-225, near Toll Gate Creek.
Photo Credit: Mike Jarrett
This listener submitted photo was taken near Davis Ranch Road near Rist Canyon..
Photo Credit: Coreen Rairdon
This listener submitted photo was taken near Davis Ranch Road near Rist Canyon. The water is eroding away the dirt.
This listener submitted photo was taken near Davis Ranch Road near Rist Canyon. The road had a sinkhole which crews were able to repair quickly.
Dan Spoelma @cololegends shared this image on Twitter. This is US 34 near Glade Road. The water is rising quickly.
Dan Spoelma @cololegends shared this image on Twitter. This is hole 16 at Mariana Butte - which is now a river instead of a hole.
George Elliot shared this with Big Country personality Scott James.
Photo Credit: George Elliot
Milliken, Colorado . Wes Seville shared this with Big Country personality Scott James.
Photo Credit: Wes Seville
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