(AP) This is what Associated Press reporters on the scene Friday are learning about the unfolding events:
10:10 a.m. MDT
An elderly man who was walking his dog was been rescued from a Denver drainage ditch after being swept away by rushing water. Denver Fire Department spokesman Mark Watson said witnesses saw them fall into the water and called for help. He was pulled from the water four blocks away, but his condition wasn't immediately available.
6:31 a.m. MDT
Authorities went door-to-door in Morrison, south of the historic Red Rocks Amphitheater, asking hundreds of people to evacuate as Bear Creek neared flood stage. The amphitheater was in no immediate danger.
2 a.m. MDT
Boulder Police Chief Mark Beckner tours the flood damage, and says Boulder Creek has begun to recede but conditions remain dangerous.