Colorado Flash Floods 2013: 5 Videos You Need to See

Colorado is currently experiencing extreme flash flooding. Three have died already, and photos are pouring in from throughout the state demonstrating the intensity of the water. Here’s 5 Videos You Need to See depicting the Colorado flash floods.

5. Residents Wade Through Underpass

While this is underground, you can still get an idea of just how much h2o is pouring onto Colorado. Houses have been washed away and according to some reports, the water is as high as some house’s first floor windows.

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4.Some People Opted to Have Fun, Riding Inner Tubes in the Floods

Some people call them “doughnut rings,” but the bottom line is this, some Colorado-residents have opted to take the frightening floods with a grain of salt and have taken to the waters on floaties. Looks like fun.

Residents ride doughnut rings in Boulder Colorado flash floodsResidents ride doughnut rings in Boulder Colorado flash floods Towns have been evacuated as the National Weather Service warned of 'life-threatening' flash floods in Boulder County and northwest Jefferson County.2013-09-12T10:38:07.000Z

3. Others Took to Their Bikes

If you’ve ever wondered if you can ride a bike through a moving current, here’s your answer: you can. It is very slow, apparently, but it can be done.

Crazy Flooding in Boulder, ColoradoFlash flooding in Boulder from September 11, 2013 To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email: licensing@storyful.com (unless you have contacted us before 11:30 am on September 12, 2013).2013-09-12T03:14:37.000Z

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2. NOAA’s Insane Flash Flood Warning Sounds Like a Rush Song

While this is very loud and obnoxious, subtlety isn’t exactly a good thing when it comes to emergency alarms.

Flash Flood Warning #5 / Civil Emergency Message #1 (KEC-76)This just came across NOAA Weather Radio… A Flash Flood Emergency & A Civil Emergency Message for Boulder County Colorado. This is the first Civil Emergency Message i have ever received on NOAA Weather Radio.2013-09-12T06:43:41.000Z

1. Ridiculous Rescue from an Upside Down Car

This is pretty much the worst case scenario and the number one reason they warn people not to drive: your car can easily become a death cage. Terrifying, but thankfully, this person makes it out just fine.

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