Woman killed in Larimer County flooding identified
DENVER — The number of people unaccounted for in Larimer County flooding dropped to just six Sunday night, but along with that information came sad news as another fatality was identified.
Patricia Goodwine, 60, was among those who died in the record flooding, her daughter told FOX31 Denver. Goodwine, a mother of three, lived in the Cedar Cove area of Loveland for 37 years, her daughter said.
Police have not yet confirmed Goodwine’s status, but neighbors said they saw Goodwine’s home “give away” and other evidence that has left her family with no doubt about what happened.
The number of unidentified people has been falling quickly, from 1,196 on Friday to six on Sunday. A total of five people were rescued in Larimer County on Friday.
The number of open shelters across the state continues to decrease as the number of unaccounted for goes down, according to the state OEM.
CDOT announced Saturday that they have reopened 8 highways, including US 287 over the Big Thompson River in Loveland.
Flood survivors are encouraged to apply for FEMA assistance by registering online atwww.disasterassistance.gov, or calling FEMA at 800-621-3362 (TTY 800-462-7582). Lines are open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week.
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