Denver, Colorado 2021-06-26 12:48:26 –
Montrose, Colorado — A flash flood struck Montrose County on Thursday, damaging houses, roads, and crops.
The flood affected the Cole Creek area, about eight miles northwest of Montrose, according to a post. The county Facebook page.
Rain from stagnant rain cells overwhelmed canals and ditches in the area, spilling into fields and damaging homes and roads, the county said. At this time, the full extent of the damage is unknown.
The Montrose County crew closed roads in the area during repairs. Work to improve the damaged road continued on Friday, according to a Facebook post. It may take up to two weeks for road repairs in this area to be completed.
The county said some people needed help with their medical needs. It is not clear if someone was directly injured in the flood.
The Montrose County Emergency Management Agency is working with homeowners to find resources for assistance as needed. The crew of the Uncompahgre Valley Water Users Association is inspecting the infrastructure.
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