Some people in Boulder ditched their cars Tuesday morning and choose another form of transportation for the morning commute– the water.
The coroner has identified the body pulled from Boulder Creek last week as a man who went missing while tubing late at night in May.
The Boulder County coroner says it could take a while to identify a body pulled from Boulder Creek Tuesday evening.
Authorities in Boulder County are investigating after a body was found in Boulder Creek Tuesday evening.
Tubing is once again allowed in Boulder County.
The water levels in the South Platte River were lower on Tuesday thanks to the Army Corps of Engineers who slowed the release of water from Chatfield Reservoir.
Boaters, fishermen and the curious are being warned to be careful and, in some cases, stay out of Colorado’s high and fast-moving rivers and creeks.
The coroner has identified the fisherman pulled from Boulder Creek on Monday
Boulder Creek is closed to tubing and swimming because of high, swift water from recent rain and the spring melt off.
Authorities in Boulder County say a search dog team located a body in Boulder Creek after a fisherman went missing on Sunday and the body has been recovered.