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Rain aftermath in Manitou

Photos of the rain, mud and debris that swept down Williams Canyon into Manitou Springs Monday, July 1, 2013

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Clint Hensley, owner of the Poppy Seed, located at 123 Canon Ave., shovels mud from his sidewalk in front of his store. An afternoon thunderstorm brought flooding of storm drains from mud and debris flowing from Williams Canyon and Fountain Creek. Hensley says he plans to have it cleaned up by business Tuesday. Carol Lawrence,The Gazette

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Laura Henley looks at the fast moving blackened water of Fountain Creek, behind her store, The Poppy Seedon 123 Canon Ave. in Manitou Springs, Monday, July 1, 2013. An afternoon storm brought debris and high waters of Fountain Creek and Williams Canyon. Carol Lawrence,The Gazette

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Eric Wilkes,front right, a wine maker with Divine Wine, helps Manitou Spa Building resident Mike Factor, left, and his sister Mary Factor place sandbags at the underground parking entrance on Canon Ave. in Manitou Springs, Monday, July 1, 2013. An afternoon thunderstorm brought flooding of storm drains from mud and debris flowing from Williams Canyon and Fountain Creek. Carol Lawrence,The Gazette

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Left to right, Cliff House kitchen employees James Roser and Keegan Vernon help Amy Henry get debris from her engine compartment after it was filled with sticks, twigs and mud that flowed down head down Canon Ave. from Williams Canyon in Manitou Springs, Monday, July 1, 2013. Henry says the water, mud and debris moved her car five feet, bent up her license plate and packed the front of her car after an afternoon thunderstorm. Carol Lawrence,The Gazette

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A man shovels water from a bridge that is a back entrance to shops on Canon Ave. in Manitou Springs, Monday, July 1, 2013. An afternoon storm brought debris and high waters of Fountain Creek Carol Lawrence,The Gazette

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Vada Ferguson, 8, and her kid brother, William, 5, play in a puddle near the corner of 14th St and Colorado Ave., Monday, July 1, 2013. The kids were nearby their house and wanted to get wet from afternoon showers. Carol Lawrence,The Gazette

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Sandy Disney carries a painting down from the second floor of her friend and neighbor's house that was destroyed in the flash flood in Manitou Springs Monday. The home, on Canon Avenue under Highway 24, was one of three homes destroyed in the flood that washed down the mountains after more than a half inch of rain fell on the Waldo Canyon burn scar. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette

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Andrew Longbrake, 19, pauses for a moment Tuesday, July 2, 2013 as he helps clear debris out of the parking lot of three cottages that were hit by the flash flood in Manitou Springs. The cottage on the right suffered from substantial structural damage and two more houses up the road were also destroyed. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette

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Sandy Disney hands a mirror down to PM Enterprises owner Pearre Cabell as they remove valuables from their friend and neighbor's house that was destroyed in the flash flood in Manitou Springs Monday. The home, on Canon Avenue under Highway 24, was one of three homes destroyed in the flood that washed down the mountains after more than a half inch of rain fell on the Waldo Canyon burn scar. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette

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Sandy Disney walks through her friend and neighbor's house that was destroyed in the flash flood in Manitou Springs Monday. The home, on Canon Avenue under Highway 24, was one of three homes destroyed in the flood that washed down the mountains after more than a half inch of rain fell on the Waldo Canyon burn scar. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette

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Sandy Disney carries items out of her friend and neighbor's house Tuesday, July 2, 2013 as she helps remove valuables and essentials from the home before they were told they could no longer enter the residence. The home, on Canon Avenue under Highway 24, was one of three homes destroyed in the flood that washed down the mountains after more than a half inch of rain fell on the Waldo Canyon burn scar. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette

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Sandy Disney walks through her friend and neighbor's house Tuesday, July 2, 2013 as she helps remove valuables and essentials from the home before they were told they could no longer enter the residence. The home, on Canon Avenue under Highway 24, was one of three homes destroyed in the flood that washed down the mountains after more than a half inch of rain fell on the Waldo Canyon burn scar. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette

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Skyler Cabell, left, and Lameek Fennell help clear debris from the parking lot in front of three cottages after a flash flood washed through Manitou Springs destroying three residences, including one of the cottages. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette

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A section of the wall once protected by a painting remains untouched Tuesday, July 2, 2013 after a wall of mud and water swept through and destroyed the house in a flash flood in Manitou Springs Monday. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette

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Clint Hensley, owner of the Poppy Seed, located at 123 Canon Ave., shovels mud from his sidewalk in front of his store. An afternoon thunderstorm brought flooding of storm drains from mud and debris flowing from Williams Canyon and Fountain Creek. Hensley says he plans to have it cleaned up by business Tuesday. Carol Lawrence,The Gazette

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Laura Henley looks at the fast moving blackened water of Fountain Creek, behind her store, The Poppy Seedon 123 Canon Ave. in Manitou Springs, Monday, July 1, 2013. An afternoon storm brought debris and high waters of Fountain Creek and Williams Canyon. Carol Lawrence,The Gazette

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Eric Wilkes,front right, a wine maker with Divine Wine, helps Manitou Spa Building resident Mike Factor, left, and his sister Mary Factor place sandbags at the underground parking entrance on Canon Ave. in Manitou Springs, Monday, July 1, 2013. An afternoon thunderstorm brought flooding of storm drains from mud and debris flowing from Williams Canyon and Fountain Creek. Carol Lawrence,The Gazette

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Left to right, Cliff House kitchen employees James Roser and Keegan Vernon help Amy Henry get debris from her engine compartment after it was filled with sticks, twigs and mud that flowed down head down Canon Ave. from Williams Canyon in Manitou Springs, Monday, July 1, 2013. Henry says the water, mud and debris moved her car five feet, bent up her license plate and packed the front of her car after an afternoon thunderstorm. Carol Lawrence,The Gazette

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A man shovels water from a bridge that is a back entrance to shops on Canon Ave. in Manitou Springs, Monday, July 1, 2013. An afternoon storm brought debris and high waters of Fountain Creek Carol Lawrence,The Gazette

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Vada Ferguson, 8, and her kid brother, William, 5, play in a puddle near the corner of 14th St and Colorado Ave., Monday, July 1, 2013. The kids were nearby their house and wanted to get wet from afternoon showers. Carol Lawrence,The Gazette

MANITOU FLOOD

Sandy Disney carries a painting down from the second floor of her friend and neighbor's house that was destroyed in the flash flood in Manitou Springs Monday. The home, on Canon Avenue under Highway 24, was one of three homes destroyed in the flood that washed down the mountains after more than a half inch of rain fell on the Waldo Canyon burn scar. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette

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Andrew Longbrake, 19, pauses for a moment Tuesday, July 2, 2013 as he helps clear debris out of the parking lot of three cottages that were hit by the flash flood in Manitou Springs. The cottage on the right suffered from substantial structural damage and two more houses up the road were also destroyed. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette

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Sandy Disney hands a mirror down to PM Enterprises owner Pearre Cabell as they remove valuables from their friend and neighbor's house that was destroyed in the flash flood in Manitou Springs Monday. The home, on Canon Avenue under Highway 24, was one of three homes destroyed in the flood that washed down the mountains after more than a half inch of rain fell on the Waldo Canyon burn scar. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette

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Sandy Disney walks through her friend and neighbor's house that was destroyed in the flash flood in Manitou Springs Monday. The home, on Canon Avenue under Highway 24, was one of three homes destroyed in the flood that washed down the mountains after more than a half inch of rain fell on the Waldo Canyon burn scar. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette

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Sandy Disney carries items out of her friend and neighbor's house Tuesday, July 2, 2013 as she helps remove valuables and essentials from the home before they were told they could no longer enter the residence. The home, on Canon Avenue under Highway 24, was one of three homes destroyed in the flood that washed down the mountains after more than a half inch of rain fell on the Waldo Canyon burn scar. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette

MANITOU FLOOD

Sandy Disney walks through her friend and neighbor's house Tuesday, July 2, 2013 as she helps remove valuables and essentials from the home before they were told they could no longer enter the residence. The home, on Canon Avenue under Highway 24, was one of three homes destroyed in the flood that washed down the mountains after more than a half inch of rain fell on the Waldo Canyon burn scar. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette

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Skyler Cabell, left, and Lameek Fennell help clear debris from the parking lot in front of three cottages after a flash flood washed through Manitou Springs destroying three residences, including one of the cottages. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette

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A section of the wall once protected by a painting remains untouched Tuesday, July 2, 2013 after a wall of mud and water swept through and destroyed the house in a flash flood in Manitou Springs Monday. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette

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