Zee Media Bureau
Boulder: While the rescue operations are on, the residents of Boulder and its nearby areas have been asked to move to a safer place after heavy floods devastated Colorado on Friday.
The floods which occurred due to heavy rainfall had washed away many houses, bridges and roads in the northern Colorado yesterday.
More than 15 inches of rain has been recorded in the region in the past week.
The rescue officials informed that around four people have died in the floods so far and over hundred are still missing.
The authorities are expecting more heavy rains throughout the Sunday.
US President Barack Obama has declared emergency in the region which will allow more rescue teams to reach the affected areas.