Final Poudre Canyon flood victim’s body found in Larimer County

, Final Poudre Canyon flood victim’s body found in Larimer County, Nzuchi Times National News
, Final Poudre Canyon flood victim’s body found in Larimer County, Nzuchi Times National News

Diana Brown and three others were swept away after torrential rains caused a flash flood in the Cameron Peak burn scar area in July.

The body of the final victim in a Poudre Canyon flash flood was found Saturday.

Diana Brown, 57, and three other family members were killed after their cabin, located on Black Hollow Road, was swept away in a debris flow after torrential rains hit the Cameron Peak burn scar area back on July 20. 

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The Larimer County Sheriff’s Office said a resident spotted Brown’s body at around 4 p.m. while hiking east of Rustic Road. The area where Brown’s body was found is a little over four miles east of Black Hollow Road.

Also killed in the flash flood were:

  • Richard Brown, 85
  • David Brown, 61
  • Patricia Brown, 59

More than 115 volunteers from the sheriff’s office and 14 other agencies searched an 18-mile stretch of the Cache la Poudre River for Brown’s body on Sept. 18.

Diana and her husband David were prominent members of the San Antonio, Texas theater community.

, Final Poudre Canyon flood victim’s body found in Larimer County, Nzuchi Times National News

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Friends said Diana was a founding member of the San Antonio Theatre Coalition. Her husband David is remembered as an active and humorous actor who played a role in the town’s popular improv troupe, the Oxymorons.

“Diana and DB are a fantastic couple,” friend and fellow San Antonio theater member Nikki Young told 9NEWS. “When I say they’re the heart of the theater community, I mean that.” 

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