Rain stops in Colorado, hundreds still missing

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BOULDER, CO – The rain in Colorado has stopped, but the reality of the devastation left behind is just beginning to sink in.

Just a few months ago, Colorado was plagued with a nasty drought that led to massive wildfires. Now the centennial state is dealing with what some are calling biblical floods.

Eight people have lost their lives and rescue efforts are still happening all across the state. Helicopters have picked up thousands of stranded residents and there are still about 200 people unaccounted for.