BOULDER, CO – It keeps getting worse in Colorado.
A sixth person is presumed dead and around 500 are unaccounted for in the unprecedented flooding.
The good news is that authorities expect the number of missing to go down as people make contact with loved ones.
The bad news: the death toll could rise as crews head further into isolated areas.
Damage is estimated at around $150 million in Boulder County alone, and that’s just to fix the roads and bridges.