Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/2013-Colorado-Floods-Aftermath-27MZIFV49M05.htmlConceptually similar2013 Colorado Floods AftermathGP04T0GCompleted★★★★2013 Colorado Floods AftermathGP04SV5Completed★★★★2013 Colorado Floods AftermathGP04SV6Completed★★★★2013 Colorado Floods AftermathGP04SV7Completed★★★★2013 Colorado Floods AftermathGP04SVACompleted★★★★2013 Colorado Floods AftermathGP04SVGCompleted★★★★2013 Colorado Floods AftermathGP04TFDCompleted★★★★2013 Colorado Floods AftermathGP04T0CCompleted★★★★2013 Colorado Floods AftermathGP04T0ECompleted★★★★View AllGP04T0D2013 Colorado Floods AftermathA county worker talks with a local resident near a bridge over the St. Vrain River in Lyons, US. Lyons was hard-hit by flooding from the St. Vrain. Residents have not yet been allowed back to their homes to begin clean-up. Torrential rains that lashed the northern Front Range of Colorado delivered six months worth of normal rainfall from September 11 to 15, 2013 causing a record flooding in the area.Locations:Colorado-North America-United States of AmericaDate:20 Sep, 2013Credit:© Bob Pearson / GreenpeaceMaximum size:7360px X 4912pxKeywords:Bridges-Climate (campaign title)-Climate change-Climate change impacts-Day-Destruction-Floods-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Manual workers-Natural disasters-Outdoors-Roads-Signs-Storms (climate change)-Storms (weather)-SunnyShoot:2013 Colorado Floods AftermathDocumentation of the aftermath of flooding in Colorado, US, between September 11 and 15, 2013. Torrential rains that lashed the northern Front Range of Colorado delivered six months worth of normal rainfall in days, an amount the National Weather Service characterized as of "Biblical proportion." Eight people are known to have died and more than a thousand homes are destroyed.