The last missing person in the Colorado flood zone has been found, crossing off the final name on a list that at one point included 1,200 unaccounted-for residents, officials announced Tuesday.
The last missing person was identified as Jon-Erik Huffspater, Larimer County Sheriff’s Office spokesman John Schulz told the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday. Huffspater has been accounted for, officials announced via Twitter. No other information about him was released.
One other person is missing in Larimer County but is presumed dead, he said.
At its peak earlier this month, 643 people were missing or unaccounted for in Larimer County alone, Schulz said. Names were added as relatives called in to say they hadn’t heard from their loved ones and names were taken off as people were evacuated from flood zones, showed up in evacuation shelters or contacted officials.
At least eight people are confirmed dead, according to state officials, and at least two more are presumed to have died in the floods.