Nine people died in the flooding between September 11 and 17, 2013, one of the worst natural disasters in Colorado history. For the people who lived on a sliver of U.S. 34 a dozen miles west of Loveland, the floods were nothing short of catastrophic. These are their stories.
By Robert Sanchez
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