ESTES PARK, Colo. — This week marks 10 years since the 2013 deadly Colorado floods that went through parts of both Boulder County and Larmier County. Estes Park is one area that was hit hard.
“It had been raining day and night for what felt like days,” Amy Hamrick, the former owner of Kind Coffee in Estes Park said Saturday.
Hamrick was the owner of Kind Coffee when the floods hit a decade ago. The shop sits right on the riverwalk area and in the heart of town. She said the morning of Thursday, Sept. 12, something felt off to locals who frequented the shop.
“That morning there was a nervous energy, I think the locals knew something was happening and it wasn’t going to be good,” Hamrick said.
She said a group…
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