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Number of missing Colo. flood victims at 200

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As more and more victims are rescued from the devastating floods in Northern Colorado, the predicted number of missing people has been lowered from 1,200 to just around 200, officials say. The damages are adding up however, with an estimated $2 billion in property losses.