KUSA - Flash flooding in Pueblo County has threatened seven homes and wiped out fences and trees, leaving multiple roads closed.
This happened after Wednesday’s rain storm led to overflowing rivers, as rising flood water washed over multiple bridges and roads, KOAA-TV reports.
Several roads are underwater near Beulah – which is near the Junkins and Beulah Hill fire burn scars, according to the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office.
No one is under mandatory evacuation, but people who have chosen to leave their homes can go to Beulah School.
The sheriff’s office says no injuries have been reported.
Beulah is located about two and a half hours from Denver and is southwest of Pueblo.
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