Information Resources on Front Range Floods

Sep 16, 2013

In an effort to deliver up-to-the-minute information resources on how the recovery effort is progressing along the Front Range, how to help and how to find people affected by the flooding, we have created a list of live update links for you.

Aspen Public Radio will be updating this list of links as more resources come on-line. If you find something that we have missed, feel free to list it in the comments section below and we'll add it to the list.

City of Sterling closed due to flood.
Credit Bruce Finley - Denver Post

A live blog of up-t0-the-minute stories and updates from the Denver Post: http://bit.ly/14aRC3N

Google Map of rain totals created by the Denver Post.
Credit Google Map - Created by the Denver Post

A map of rainfall totals from the Denver Post: http://bit.ly/14W4224

Highway 7 falls to the raging waters from the South St. Vrain River about 12 miles west of Lyons on Sept. 12, 2013.
Credit Helen H. Richardson - Denver Post file

Updated list of road closures in the Front Range due to the flooding: http://bit.ly/14aRJwd


American Red Cross logo
Credit American Red Cross

American Red Cross "Safe and Well" site for those looking for loved ones: http://bit.ly/1goNDmw

Flood evacuees hug at a drop off point for those rescued after days of flooding, at a high school in Niwot on Saturday Sept. 14, 2013.
Credit Brennan Linsley - Associated Press

How to donate to help people affected by the flooding: http://bit.ly/1bn2C2l

You can also learn more on donating from HELP COLORADO NOW: http://bit.ly/18vahEJ

For more information from the Red Cross on how to prepare, click here.

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