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"Conditions Beyond Description", Says Head of Military in Zone. WHERE FLOOD WATERS RAGED IN PUEBLO; Scenes in Stricken City Where Residents Still are Dazed.
Los Angeles Times (1886-1922) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Date: Jun 5, 1921
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PUEBLO (Colo.) June 4.--Maj. Paul P. Newlon arrived from Denver tonight and took command of the State troops here. He announced no accurate estimate of the loss of life could be made. "Conditions are beyond description," said Maj. Newlon after an inspection trip. "Virtually every building from the postoffice to the square beyond the Union station on Union avenue was completely wiped out.

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