Flash floods causing mudslides sweep through Manitou, Colorado

Associated Press
A truck and car is washed away by a flash flood that hit Manitou Springs, Colo., Friday sits in a drainage, covered in rocks, Saturday, Aug. 10, 2013. Friday’s torrential rains swept mud, boulders and other debris from the burn scar down U.S. 24, washing away vehicles and damaging several homes and businesses in the area. (AP Photo/The Colorado Springs Gazette, Michael Ciaglo) MAGS OUT

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A flash flood from the Waldo Canyon Fire burn scar swept through Manitou Springs, Colo. on Friday, Aug. 9, 2013 damaging homes and businesses and injuring at least three people. A late afternoon thunderstorm dumped more than one inch of water on the burn scar and roared through the small town just west of Colorado Springs. Several vehicles were swept from Highway 24, the highway that leads into the mountains. (AP)

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