Nice videos. A little info on my experience years ago from the Buffalo Creek fire and flood of '96? along what is known as the Foxton run of the North Fork of South Platte. First came some smaller black water events of about 500-1200 cfs. Then the big one came down-estimated by USGS people studying it to be 17,000 cfs-yes, correct number of zeros. In some places the water was 20' above normal high water lines. I don't know how much was water, and how much was ash, mud, trees, cars, propane tanks, bridges, etc. If you find yourself boating with these new found friends, I doubt you will be having fun much longer. Another portion came down Spring Creek, into the mainstem of S.P., temporarily damming the river back about a mile till it broke through. This burn area was only 12,000 acres.
To the residents potentially in harm's way-my heart goes out to you. Please do not ignore all warnings and info I am sure you are being given by local authorities.