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Downpours hamper rescues in Colorado

Boulder, Colo. -- Relentless rains are hampering rescue efforts as flood waters continue to rise.

As many as 1,000 people were left stranded Sunday because airlift rescues were grounded by rain.

The National Guard says they've made more helicopter rescues during this disaster than they did during Hurricane Katrina.

The surging waters have been deadly--killing four and leaving at least two presumed dead.

Nearly 1,200 people have been forced to evacuate. More than 1,500 homes have been destroyed.

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