A view of a road destroyed by heavy rains, with some areas receiving as much as 18 inches in a 24-hour period in Boulder, Colo., Sept. 14.
Credit U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Wallace Bonner/Released
As the remaining flood survivors continue to be airlifted out of towns cut off by flooding, the focus is beginning to shift to recovery. Specifically on the very reason they have to be airlifted: roads.
Although Greeley's drinking water supply is safe, these shelves of bottled water were nearly empty at one King Sooper's store Saturday night
Credit Erin O'Toole / KUNC
County officials are telling people to avoid floodwaters, which may be contaminated with sewage and contain unseen hazards such as nails. Some communities in Boulder and Weld counties, including Lyons, Firestone and Frederick, are under boil water advisories.