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Boulder police chief: We’re lucky compared to others

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Police Chief Mark Beckner tells TODAY’s Matt Lauer that in 35 years in Boulder, Colo., he has never seen floodwaters like the ones of the past few weeks.  Still, he says the area’s residents consider themselves fortunate compared to what people in other areas are dealing with.