Photos and Videos of Colorado Underwater

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Sept. 13 2013 6:02 PM

Photos and Video of Colorado Underwater

The massive floods in and around Boulder, Colo. 

As much as 15 inches of rain has fallen in some parts of Colorado, causing dramatic floods and leaving at least three dead. More rain is forecast this weekend. 

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A geyser of water shoots out of a sewer on Sept. 12

Michael Ciaglo/MCT/Zuma 24

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People play in North Boulder Park on Sept. 12.

Dana Romanoff/Getty Images.

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A home and car are stranded after a flash flood in Coal Creek destroyed the bridge near Golden, Colo.

Rick Wilking/Reuters.

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Boulder Creek swelled in size after three days of heavy rainfall. An estimated 6-10 inches of rain fell in 12-18 hours and more is expected throughout the day.

Dana Romanoff/Getty Images.

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Heavy rains caused deep flooding and damage in the Schuler home in Boulder, Colo

Joe Amon/The Denver Post.

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Nicky Toor, 15, is pulled by his dog Chace in Boulder, Colo.

Dana Romanoff/Getty Images.

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A rubber ducky floats down Ninth Street alongside North Boulder Park in Boulder, Colo.

Dana Romanoff/Getty Images.

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