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Hundreds remain unaccounted for as Colorado authorities try to reach people cut off by the severe floods in their state. ...
Thousands of homes have been destroyed or damaged. (Sept. 16)
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DURATION: 1:42-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:SOURCE - KMGH - COURTESY KMGH/THEDENVERCHANNEL.COM THROUGHOUT VIDEO, EMBARGO DENVERDenver - 15 September, 20131. Wide, aerial, car stuck in flooded street2. Wide, woman walking through flooded part of city---SOURCE - KMGH - COURTESY KMGH/THEDENVERCHANNEL.COM THROUGHOUT VIDEO, EMBARGO DENVERBoulder, Colorado - 15 September, 20133. Wide, aerial, flooded street, road block4. Wide, city workers on flooded, muddy street5. Wide, water on street---SOURCE - KMGH - COURTESY KMGH/THEDENVERCHANNEL.COM THROUGHOUT VIDEO, EMBARGO DENVERLarimer County, Colorado6. SOUNDBITE (English) Shane Del Grasso, Type 2 Rocky Mountain Incident Management Team Commander (Transcript Below)---SOURCE - KMGH - COURTESY KMGH/THEDENVERCHANNEL.COM THROUGHOUT VIDEO, EMBARGO DENVERBoulder, Colorado - 15 September, 20137. Mid/pan up, water damage inside home8. Wide, exterior of house heavily damaged by mud9. Mid, water rushing over rocks10. Wide, bulldozer pushing away debris11. Close/pan up, light fixture on ground---SOURCE - KMGH - COURTESY KMGH/THEDENVERCHANNEL.COM THROUGHOUT VIDEO, EMBARGO DENVERLarimer County, Colorado12. SOUNDBITE (English) Shane Del Grasso, Type 2 Rocky Mountain Incident Management Team Commander (Transcript Below)---SOURCE - KMGH - COURTESY KMGH/THEDENVERCHANNEL.COM THROUGHOUT VIDEO, EMBARGO DENVERDouglas County, Colorado13. Wide, water rushing past trees14. Wide, exterior, Pine Grove Elementary School 15. Close, Pine Grove Elementary School name on front wall16. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH): Michelle Yi, PIO Douglas County School District17. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Blake Smith, Rescued Sixth Grader---SOURCE - KMGH - COURTESY KMGH/THEDENVERCHANNEL.COM THROUGHOUT VIDEO, EMBARGO DENVERBoulder, Colorado - 15 September, 2013Wide, aerial, flooded street near houseVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:TRACK-1OFFICIALS IN COLORADO ARE STILL FIGURING OUT HOW MUCH DAMAGE MAY HAVE BEEN CAUSED BY WHAT'S BEING CALLED A 500-YEAR FLOOD.AS OF SUNDAY NIGHT, FOUR PEOPLE WERE KNOWN DEAD, TWO MORE WERE PRESUMED DEAD, 15-HUNDRED HOMES WERE DESTROYED AND MORE THAN 17-THOUSAND WERE DAMAGED.EVACUATIONS STOOD AT ELEVEN-THOUSAND 700 AND COUNTING.SOUNDBITE (English) Shane Del Grosso, Type 2 Rocky Mountain Incident Management Team Commander' There was another 200 ready to be pulled out this morning but the weather did not cooperate. Yesterday we pulled another 20 people out of Pinewood Springs."TRACK-2SOME TOWNS CUT OFF FOR DAYS BY THE MASSIVE FLOODS HAVE STARTED TO REOPEN.HOWEVER, NUMEROUS RESIDENTS AND AREAS REMAIN CUT OFF.AS MANY AS ONE THOUSAND PEOPLE IN LARIMER COUNTY WERE AWAITING RESCUE ON SUNDAY, BUT RAIN GROUNDED THE AIR LIFTS.TEAMS ARE PREPARING TO FIND THE HUNDREDS MORE STILL UNACCOUNTED FOR.SOUNDBITE (English) Shane Del Grosso, Type 2 Rocky Mountain Incident Management Team Commander'They're going to go house to house and physically search to make sure that one, there has not been an accident or a fatality there, two if there is somebody there, we're going to try to coordinate with them to get them evacuated.'TRACK-3DOZENS OF SIXTH GRADERS ON A SCHOOL FIELD TRIP WERE TRAPPED IN ESTES PARK, UNTIL THEIR SCHOOL WAS ABLE TO SEND A CONVOY OF VEHICLES TO GET THEM OUT.SOUNDBITE: Michelle Yi. PIO Douglas County School District: "There was a small window where we could go get our kids they were schedudled to comeback on Thursday but we knew they weren't going to make it due to the weather conditions."SOUNDBITE: Blake Smith, Rescued 6th Grader "We had to have one of the snow plows comein front of us and push the water in front of it." TRACK-4PHONE SERVICE WAS RESTORED TO SOME FLOODED AREAS OVER THE WEEKEND.OFFICIALS THAT COULD HELP THEM CONTACT MANY PEOPLE, AND BRING DOWN THE NUMBER OF THOSE UNACCOUNTED FOR.SANDY KOZEL, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.