KUSA - Lyons evacuees continue to come to the Evacuation Center at Life Bridge Church, about 12 miles east of Lyons.
On Friday, the National Guard rescued more than 300 people from the flooded neighborhoods. Throughout the night they had four thermal imaging helicopters looking for people over the town.
Overnight about 100 residents stayed at the evacuation center and they're expecting plenty more Saturday as the National Guard and Task Team Search and rescue set out early Saturday morning to continue their efforts rescuing trapped residents.
Those residents are now on day three of no electricity and no running water.
Residents in the western part of Lyons still cannot be reached because of flooding and damage in that area.
The National Guard and search and rescue teams are also calling the evacuation center home as they continue their efforts. Fourteen counties have been declared a disaster emergency including Boulder County which had the greatest impact. The declaration has allowed FEMA to bring in four rescue teams the largest ever deployed in Colorado.
The Life Bridge church evacuation center says they don't need any more donations right now.
If you would like to donate monetarily to those affected, the best way is here: www.helpcoloradonow.org