Swift water in Colorado claimed three lives over the weekend in Colorado, with one man still missing. Authorities are urging everyone to stay out of rushing rivers and creeks.
Denver Firefighter rescue units worked to rescue a man who went tubing on the South Platte River on Saturday afternoon.
Four girls who were tubing had to be rescued from Gore Creek in Vail on Monday afternoon.
Rescue crews practiced their skills in the water at Bear Creek Lake Park on Thursday to be well-prepared for flooding and related evacuations.
One woman was confirmed dead in a rafting accident after a water rescue in Clear Creek Friday afternoon.
With more rain in the forecast flood concerns are on the rise for people living along the Front Range. Many rivers are running at above or average flows for this time of year and that includes Horsetooth Reservoir in Fort Collins.
Storms rolled across the Denver metro area periodically throughout the overnight hours and brought heavy rain.
A CBS4 camera captured a daring water rescue on Sept. 12. Now we’re hearing from the two firefighters who did that rescue and one of the drivers who saved himself.
CBS4’s cameras were rolling after a road collapsed near Highway 287 and Dillon Road and a driver got trapped in an overturned car in Rock Creek.
An elderly man who was walking his dog has been rescued after being swept away by rushing water down a Denver drainage ditch.