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A guardrail hangs away from a closed canyon road, which links Boulder with the mountain town of Nederland, and which was washed out in places by the 2013 floods, west of Boulder, Colo.(AP Photo/Brennan Linsley, File)

On Sept. 9, 2013, along Colorado’s heavily populated Front Range from Fort Collins to Colorado Springs, a severe cold front brought a deluge of nonstop rain for five days. Eight people lost their lives during the subsequent flooding, businesses were destroyed and two major thoroughfares into remote mountain towns were washed away by what experts titled the “100-Year Colorado Flood.” 

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