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DENVER — Deadly flooding was taking place across the Front Range and in metro Denver Friday.

Rainfall totals hit 12-14 inches in places including Aurora and Boulder County. Evacuations were in effect in many locations, including Lyons, where the National Guard worked to airlift stranded residents.

More than 60 schools and/or school districts were closed Friday.

Officials have confirmed that four people have been killed due to flooding, three in Boulder County and another in Colorado Springs. Lengthy flash flood warnings and watches were also put in place. Click here for the latest on those weather advisories.

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