Nathan Heffel

KUNC

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Reporter at KUNC, public radio affiliate in Greeley, Colorado, serving the northern part of the state

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Hundreds of people are still unaccounted for in Northeastern Colorado, where massive flooding has devastated communities from the mountains down onto the plains.

Rescues Continue in Colorado's Thousand-Year Flood

Hundreds of people are still unaccounted for in Northeastern Colorado, where massive flooding has devastated communities from the mountains down onto the plains.

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