Workers still trying to excavate underground base after epic storm, slide

In this Sept. 26, 2013 photo, Georgia Medina, center, combs the hair of her daughter Zulema, 6, as her other children, from right, Lizandro, Anahi and Martin prepare to sleep inside a hotel room privately donated to them until the end of September, in Greeley, Colo. The single mother became homeless after floods destroyed their home. The majority of of the residents in the trailer park Medina called home are immigrants who didn?t have flood insurance, and because some are not citizens or legal residents, they can?t get government help.
In this Sept. 26, 2013 photo, Georgia Medina, center, combs the hair of her daughter Zulema, 6, as her other children, from right, Lizandro, Anahi and Martin prepare to sleep inside a hotel room privately donated to them until the end of September, in Greeley, Colo. The single mother became homeless after floods destroyed their home. The majority of of the residents in the trailer park Medina called home are immigrants who didn?t have flood insurance, and because some are not citizens or legal residents, they can?t get government help.
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