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Out to the historic flooding in Colorado.
Rescue -- -- emergency response is just about ending their but the massive cleanup is just beginning.
According to reports property losses -- have reached nearly two billion dollars.
An estimated cost so far officials say at least seven people were killed an estimated 200 people still missing.
Two guys from the Denver area got a bird's eye view of the floodwaters over the weekend they couldn't get the flood zone by car so they did the next best thing.
I don't know if this is the next best thing parent -- Okay meanwhile state health officials are now offering free and discounted tetanus shots for rescuers in flood victims.
They suggest anybody who's been exposed to the floodwaters needs to get a booster shot.
At least -- Acuna has the latest now she's live in long long Colorado.
At least yeah.
I Harrison I'm actually in an area that is not -- a flood plains to the folks in this neighborhood don't have flood insurance but take a look at what happened here.
There's the front door.
The folks who live in his home had been here for twenty years in just below the foundation was washed out underneath last week when the floodwaters.
Came through this entire area and you see that boat back there.
That actually was right over here in this area and it was pushed back there along with.
Two vehicles at the -- time.
-- all of this was covered with water and destroyed this entire area.
Take a look over in this area right here with the cleanup is taking place through this entire region in most of the streets that we've driven through -- long line.
Look like this place is it had been hit in now you have recovery crews going through these house -- Am picking them out -- then they have to do is they have to get in there.
And it did disinfected because this -- that you see on everything that's dried.
It has sewage unity has chemicals -- -- it's actually quite dangerous for people to inhale the -- So it's a whole situation like you mentioned earlier -- -- be really careful.
Two get these homes cleaned out they can't just emptied out and start over they have to get in there and really seal it off from all the germs and contamination Harris and you're making some more points for what people are gonna need this tetanus shot boosters.
There were other regions -- there were actually hit harder than where you are.
Yeah hard to believe out west of us in Jamestown Colorado this -- the mountain communities that was cut off for quite a few days rescuers.
Could not get to them.
At all will the -- of Jamestown had a conversation with the residents there telling them.
That actually they can't go back right now because there's nothing to go back to in Jamestown all of the infrastructure has been wiped out so they're trying to figure out what to do about that community -- goes with lions every bridge.
In -- Colorado is gone this is a town about 2000 people that we talked about quite a bit as the floodwaters were heading into that area.
Those folks also don't have much to return to.
-- -- communities dotted all over northern Colorado and these waters are just now starting to arrive -- upset the areas.
Of western Nebraska and believe it.
Harris -- free bridge.
The town appliances gone police -- thank you very much in fact that flooding is caused a new problem for cruising Colorado at least two major oil spills.
Which are looking at now is about forty miles north of boulder.
Officials say the floodwaters damaged some tanks dumping more than 181000 gallons of -- in the reverse.
In both cases officials say they've place booms into the water to try to contain it with the flood waters reportedly swept the oil passed the booms.
In Colorado the flooding forced officials to shut down hundreds of natural gas and oil wells.
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