Rescue workers were able to save a man who was trapped in an overturned car early Thursday morning as heavy rains turned into a flash flood along Colorado's Front Range.
The man was pulled from an overflowing Rock Creek in Lafayette, Colorado in Boulder County where the National Weather Service issued a flash flood emergency. Using ropes and raft, rescue crews were able to move the upside down car partially out of the water to open a passenger door and pull the man to safety.
Flash flooding has resulted in at least three deaths, destroyed numerous homes and caused road blockages in communities impacted by the flooding.
More photos from Colorado's flash flood below: