Flood Warning for Larimer County expires; mud slide reported on Highway 14

DENVER - The 24/7 Weather Team says a Flash Flood Warning for Larimer County has expired.

Mud and debris was reported to be covering Highway 14 in Larimer County.

Highway 402 was closed in Loveland due to flooding, according to Colorado Department of Transportation officials.

Earlier on Monday, several homes along Fountain Creek in the Green Mountain Falls area of El Paso County were evacuated voluntarily because of rising water, KRDO-TV reported.

Lone Duck Campground in Green Mountain Falls was also on voluntary evacuation.

The Manitou Fire Department said Canon Avenue is closed because crews are monitoring the area for floodwater from Green Mountain Falls.

Street flooding was also reported on Platteville Road in Pueblo West and on Interstate 25 between Colorado Springs and Pueblo.

Highway 24 in the area was closed for several hours Monday afternoon due to reports of possible bridge flooding, but has since been reopened by CDOT.

The Pikes Peak chapter of the American Red Cross had opened an evacuation center for residents in Manitou Springs, but closed the shelter just after 3:45 p.m.

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