2 Mudslides In Larimer County After More Rain
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FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) — More rain in an area that burned in the High Park wildfire in Larimer County has led to at least two mudslides.
One slide left about 50 yards of debris and rushing water on Colorado Highway 14, leaving that part of the road impassable Thursday afternoon. The Colorado Department of Transportation was working to clear the road.
A roughly 100-foot mudslide was reported in Buckhorn Canyon.
No evacuations have been ordered.
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