DENVER (CBS4) – Disaster workers from the Red Cross in Colorado and Wyoming are on their way to the Midwest.
They were deployed to help flooding victims in Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky.
Those communities have been dealing with severe weather for several days.
The Ohio River in Utica, Indiana crested to about 12 feet above flood stage on Monday.
The Red Cross workers will help provide shelter, food and some health services for people who have had to leave their homes.