SAN MIGUEL COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) — A sheriff in southern Colorado issued a warning to dog owners about fast, high water. The San Miguel County Sheriff’s Office said dogs have been swept away in Bridal Veil Creek.

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The sheriff’s office posted a photo of a sign warning, “Don’t let it happen to you!”

“Hazardous water conditions exist in the Bridal Veil Creek crossing to access the Silver Lake Trail,” officials wrote.

(credit: San Miguel County)

“Fast, high water flow as well as debris strainers are creating substantial danger,” the sheriff’s office warned.

(credit: San Miguel County)

 

 

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