Mudslide closes highway in northern Colorado

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DENVER -- A Flash Flood warning was issued for Boulder and Larimer counties as a storm with heavy rain moved through the area, including the Fourmile Fire burn area.

The National Weather Service issued the warning at 2:20 p.m. and was in effect till 5:15.

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The Colorado State Patrol closed Highway 14 at Ted's Place in Larimer County after multiple mudslides, large rocks and logs were reported on the road. Mudslides are a threat there because of the High Park Fire burn area.

There were four cars trapped in two different slides Friday afternoon. No one was hurt. The highway reopened at about 7:00 p.m.

The Larimer County Sheriff's Office tweeted minor debris was reported on County Road 27 between County Road 52E and Poudre Canyon.

The area received about 2 inches of rain in an hour.

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