Everyone Unaccounted For in Colorado Flooding Has Been Found
(DENVER) -- No one is left unaccounted for in the aftermath of the Colorado flooding.
On Monday, the names of the final six people unaccounted for were made public, and all six individuals have come forward as safe.
Officials say one woman who is still missing is presumed dead.
Since the flooding began Sept. 11, there were reports of 1,200 people who were unaccounted for.
A total of eight people were killed as a result of the flooding.
The damage spanned 2,000 square miles and impacted homes and communities in 17 Colorado counties.
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