Poudre River

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Car Tumbles Into Poudre River, Killing 1

A vehicle crashed into the Poudre River Tuesday morning, killing one person and injuring another.


An image from the scene (credit: CBS)

Driver Killed When Car Plunges Into Poudre River

Rescuers were unable to save a man whose car plunged into the Poudre River near Fort Collins.


Poudre River (credit: CBS)

Tubing Restrictions Lifted On Poudre River

Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith has removed restrictions that barred the use of inner tubes, air mattresses and small rafts on the Poudre River.


Cache La Poudre (credit: CBS)

Laporte Residents Relieved Poudre River Has Peaked

Some people who live along the Poudre River In Laporte, north of Fort Collins, are starting to breathe a sigh of relief. They’re also trying to figure out what to do with all of the sandbags.


A notice posted along Clear Creek (credit: CBS)

New Tubing Restrictions In Place On Various Waterways

There are new restrictions on Clear Creek after a man died body surfing in Golden over the weekend.


Cache la Poudre River (credit: CBS)

Rafter Dies On Poudre River, 3 Others Rescued

One rafter died in a rafting accident on the Poudre River Thursday afternoon. Three others were rescued after the accident at about 12:40 p.m. near 13714 West Highway 14, west of Fort Collins.


Cache la Poudre River (credit: CBS)

2 Rafters Hospitalized After Commercial Boat Flips

Two rafters have been hospitalized after a commercial boat carrying seven rafters flipped over on the Poudre River.


A kayaker on Clear Creek on Sunday (credit: CBS)

Kayakers Enjoying The High Water In Clear Creek

Despite rushing water, people were out enjoying Clear Creek on Sunday.


Cache la Poudre River (credit: CBS)

Sheriff Bans Tubing In Poudre River

The Larimer County Sheriff says the water is too dangerous right now.


Flooding in Windsor on the Poudre River Trail on June 9. (credit: CBS)

Officials Stay Alert As Rivers Keep Rushing

Residents who live close to rivers across the state of Colorado are on alert as water is rushing higher and faster every day.