MANITOU SPRINGS - It's another morning of flash-flooding cleanup and recovery in Manitou Springs on Monday.
The flooding brought a four-foot wall of water, mud and debris from the Waldo Canyon burn scar.
On Monday morning, 9NEWS went out to the flood area and saw muddy shovel, brooms and vacuums lining the street. Heavy, thick mud covered a string of businesses on Canon Street. Some of the businesses had walls caved in from the flooding.
Search for woman missing in Manitou flood continues
The Manitou Springs Fire Chief says he and his team are checking out several locations where a woman, who disappeared in Friday's mudslide, could be.
The fire chief would not elaborate on the locations but said his team will continue the search on Monday.
The woman was last seen clinging to a tree on Friday when a flash flood swept in to town. On Sunday, heavy rain pushed in to Manitou Springs, which prompted a flash-flood warning in the area. Several tourists who were in the area left the moment the alert was issued. Traffic along Highway 24 in to Colorado Springs was jam packed.
Eventually, the flash flood warning for Manitou Springs was canceled.
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