A huge mudslide in Colorado has left three people missing, officials say. 

According to CNN, the four-mile-long, two-mile-wide, 250-foot-deep mudslide hit Collbran, Colo. late yesterday after a day of rain. "This slide is unbelievably big," Mesa County Lt. Phil Stratton said of the incident.

CNN adds that three men have been reported missing after going to look at the slide. As a result, police have set up roadblocks to keep people out of the area. 

This comes just two months after a massive mudslide killed 41 people in Oso, Wash.

[via CNN]

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