Sep 16, 2013 10:37 AM by Eugene Daniels
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - Boulder authorities say resumed air rescue efforts are planned for Monday.
The Office of Emergency Management says that the weather is expected to be clear enough to allow helicopters to take to the skies to rescue flood victims.
The officials are urging people who are cut off by flood waters and need to evacuate but have been unable to communicate by phone or other means to signal helicopters passing overhead with sheets, mirrors, flares or signal fires.
Officials say flood victims need to signal the helicopters any way they can.