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What's your Disaster preparedness plan?

By Boulder Office of Emergency Management | Sep 12, 2013

Boulder Office of Emergency Management

Boulder Office of Emergency Management

Emergency Status

This page displays all public information that has been released about emergencies occurring in our community.

We are committed to posting updates as soon as new and verified details become available. The information is displayed in reverse chronological order, with the most recent updates at the top. If you are keeping this page up, PLEASE REFRESH PERIODICALLY FOR THE MOST CURRENT INFORMATION.

Update on Dillon Rd and 287

Public safety crews responded to submerged vehicles on Dillon Road 0.2 miles east of 287. When they arrived, they discovered a culvert had washed out and three cars were under water. One vehicle was upside down. North Metro Fire pulled three individuals out of the upside down vehicle. They were transported to a local hospital with minor injuries. The occupants of the other vehicles had already managed to escape the water. Motorists are reminded that conditions remain dangerous throughout the region. Do not get in a car and drive unless absolutely necessary.

Lyons, Longmont, North County Residents New Evacuation Center

The evacuation center at the Memorial Building in Longmont is beginning to fill up. A new emergency evacuation center has opened at Silver Creek High School at 4901 Nelson Road in Longmont.

Volunteers and Donation - Please wait until storm/flood threat has fully cleared

We understand that many people want to help in times of great need. The biggest help we can get is for people to remain calm and stay home so our first responders can get into the community and help get things understood and under control. After the situation has calmed, volunteer organizations will begin to coordinat the cleanup effort and donation centers will be established.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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