A military vehicle was on its side in a ditch in Longmont, Colo., on Tuesday after being washed away by floodwaters.
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Far fewer people remain on the "missing" list in Colorado as rescuers increasingly reach some of the more remote areas of the 17 counties affected by a devastating flood that has killed at least six people.
The Associated Press reports that the number of missing was at 200 on Thursday, down from a high of 1,200. Electricity and phone service has been restored in some areas, helping trim the list.
Volunteers descended on hard-hit Colorado neighborhoods to help people clean up from the floods. In Longmont, residents are searching through their mud-caked belongings for anything that can be saved. (Sept. 18)