A Colorado man may decide to sue the first responders who saved his life. Last September, we showed you the dramatic video of Roy Ortiz being pulled from his overturned car by rescuers after he drove onto a flooded road in Lafayette, Colorado.
Roy Ortiz may file a lawsuit against rescuers after he was pulled from his car during a massive flood in Colorado.
The members of Team Rubicon are using their military training to aid in Colorado's flood relief.
The search is back on today for hundreds of people still trapped by Colorado's deadly floodwaters. About 3,000 have been rescued so far in the region as waters begin to recede.
Nearly two dozen helicopter crews have fanned out across the embattled state of Colorado, where flooding has wreaked widespread devastation. The choppers have been dropping food and supplies in what sources say is the biggest air rescue since Hurricane Katrina.
At least seven people are dead and 1,200 are unaccounted for from the Colorado flooding. More than 11,000 people have been evacuated from their homes. Fox News’ Alicia Acuna reported from Boulder, Colorado where emergency officials are working on rescue efforts.
Four people have died and at least 218 people are unaccounted for in the worst flooding Colorado has experienced in decades. The National Guard is continuing the rescue effort to reach hundreds of people trapped in their towns. There was even an ice storm at higher elevations.