LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – More than 120 college students helped clear debris in Larimer County on Saturday.
The students cleared debris in the Grouse Hollow and Ceder Cove areas.
The group is part of Serve 6.8 which lends a hand to communities in northern Colorado.
“I was surprised how much there still is to be done here. Definitely we need more volunteers. there’s great organizations to help out,” said volunteer James Bekins.
Homeowners were overwhelmed with the turnout.
“It’s just so heartwarming and gratifying. Words don’t describe it. These guys are flipping amazing,” said flood victim Judy Lorenz.
The group will continue the cleanup on Sunday.