Dinner-time deluge hits Grand Junction

A Colorado State Patrol trooper rolls a boulder out of the roadway after a cloudburst sent several large rocks careening down from the Bookcliffs onto westbound I-70 east of the Palisade exit Friday.



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A Colorado State Patrol trooper rolls a boulder out of the roadway after a cloudburst sent several large rocks careening down from the Bookcliffs onto westbound I-70 east of the Palisade exit Friday.

You have to go back 110 years to find a wetter June 26 in Grand Junction. Rainfall early evening Friday flooded several Grand Junction-area streets, homes and businesses. After the…




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