Top Colorado Headlines You May Have Missed in the Past 24 Hours (8/13)
Driveways killing their owners, marijuana sales & a river rescue top our news from the past 24 hours…
According to the KKCO Website:
“living adjacent to a coal tar sealed pavement, such as a parking lot or driveway, is estimated to increase excess lifetime cancer risk 38 times and much of this increased risk occurs during early childhood.”
DENVER (AP) — Police in Manitou Springs say a woman who was reported missing after a deadly mudslide has been found safe and doesn’t want her name released. Rain falling on an area burned by a wildfire last year had triggered flash floods and a mudslide Friday that killed a driver. Another survivor, Laura Hunter, is recovering from a broken leg and other injuries. She said Monday she was leaving home Friday to get to higher ground after water came in her living room window when she got swept away. She grabbed on to a tree, pulled herself from the water and crawled to safety.