Some of the flood survivors from a mobile home park in Milliken are under pressure to pack up what’s left and move out of their unsafe homes.
Several residents of the town of Milliken in Weld County say the emergency response since their town was inundated with flood waters has made them feel as if they are living in a forgotten town.
As Colorado rebuilds from the floods some survivors are being victimized again — this time by thieves. Now there’s an army of agencies helping protect what little some people have left.
Gov. John Hickenlooper got an up close and personal look at some of the flood damage that caused thousands of gallons of oil to escape.
Road crews are out laying the groundwork for the massive rebuilding project after flooding caused damage to Colorado roads.
More spills were revealed Friday in a Colorado oil field swamped by floodwaters as cleanup efforts remained stalled due to high waters and regulators cautioned that more oil releases were likely to be found in coming days.
Farmers in Weld County are hoping for a quick cleanup of debris in the Big Thompson River so business can get back on track after the flooding.
Crews are trying to clean up more than 5,000 gallons of oil that spilled into the flood-swollen South Platte River near the northern Colorado town of Milliken.
Ranchers in Weld County dealing with the floodwaters were able to save dozens of horses and cattle over the weekend.
As the overflowing South Platte River heads east it’s devastating communities in Weld County.