The families of nearly 200 people are anxiously waiting for word from their loved ones who remain unaccounted for after the deadly floods in Colorado.
Those raging waters have already taken the lives of six people and left more than 450 stranded for nearly a week with little food and water.
But help is on the way with one of the nation's largest air operations in nearly a decade.
Ana Cabrera is OutFront in Boulder, where teams of unbelievable dogs are now digging through the rubble and mud to save lives.
One of the largest air rescue operation since Hurricane Katrina is underway in Colorado after a break in what has been a relentless onslaught of rain.
Currently, there are approximately 600 people still stranded by the waters. Their food and water running dangerously low. But for those who have already been rescued the grim reality is now setting in that they must begin task of cleaning up and rebuilding.
Ana Cabrera is OutFront.
Nearly a thousand people are in desperate need of food and water in Colorado. Their communities cut off for days now by the raging flood waters which have swallowed roads and devastated 17 counties.
At least seven people are dead and officials warn that number could rise.
Ana Cabrera is OutFront in Longmont, Colorado with the latest.