Residents in fire zones warned about flash flooding danger
LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. — The Larimer County Sheriff’s office sent pre-evacuation notices to residents of nearly 230 homes along Highway 14 Friday.
The affected residents live between Mishawka and Gateway Park. More rain and flash flooding is expected in the area.
Mudslides and flash flooding in the High Park burn area closed Highway 14 near Poudre Park Friday afternoon.
The road was cleaned up and reopened early Friday evening.
“Flash flood warnings may continue until Monday. HIghway 14 may experience more mudslides and falling rocks which may impact residents and impede travel along Highway 14,” the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office says.
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