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HEAVY RAINS CAUSE IMMENSE DAMAGE IN COLORADO. Large Area of Pueblo Under Water--Financial Loss Resulting from Broken Levees Is $100,000--Several Lives Lost and Railroad Traffic Seriously Interrupted--Dam Breaks and Sweeps Away a Washington Village--Lieut. Money Tells His Story--Other Northwest News. Flood Sweeps Over the City. Houses Full of Water.
Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922) - Chicago, Ill.
Date: Jun 1, 1894
Start Page: 7
Pages: 1
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Pueblo was visited last night by the worst flood in its history. Several thousand people were rendered homeless and property was damaged to the amount of $100,000. Four breaks in the levee on the North Side and two on the South Side...

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