Category Archive: Safety

Oct 14 2013

A Few Good Reads (10/14/13): Phailin Hits India, Southeast Asia Prepares for Nari, and Colorado Repairs Continue

This week: Flooding in the aftermath of Typhoon Phailin in India, Typhoon Nari to make landfall in Southeast Asia at Vietnam on Tuesday, the repairs continue in Colorado, more good aerial imagery and comparisons of the flooding, and the challenge of dealing with rivers that have relocated in the Colorado floods. Phailin-triggered floods leave 200,000 …

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Oct 07 2013

A Few Good Reads (10/7/13): Flooding in Southeast Asia continues, Aftermath of the Inundation in Colorado

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This week: An update on the flooding in Southeast Asia, dealing with the St. Vrain’s new pathway in and around Longmont in Colorado, the safety hazards that remain from flood waters in Colorado, lessons that can be learned from the Colorado floods, Lake Powell rises 2 feet in September, and an amazing map of every …

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Sep 16 2013

A Few Good Reads (9/16/13): Colorado Flooding Update

National Guard said today they’ve conducted the most helicopter rescues since Hurricane Katrina. (@nicolevap, Saturday, Sept 4) It’s a scramble this morning as the floodwaters are coming down across the Colorado Front Range and the damage is still coming to light. A number of folks in our office spent the weekend in the field helping …

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Sep 13 2013

A Day in the Field During the Big Thompson Flood (Footage)

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In case you haven’t seen the national news and don’t live in Colorado, we have been experiencing constant rain (until this afternoon) since Monday across the entire front range from Colorado Springs and south to Fort Collins and north. The rain just did not stop and the foothills in particular were just getting hit hard. …

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