It’s a good thing college students are so smart.

Massive flooding in the Boulder, Colorado, area has destroyed multiple structures and killed one person. This is the kind of flooding we’re talking about:

And students at University of Colorado Boulder reportedly went tubing.

We’d remove the word “bad” from that last tweet.”

A reminder of how quickly flash floods can turn dangerous:

Students were warned of the life-threatening situation.

Warning, schmarning.

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Three people reportedly died as a result of floods near Boulder and elsewhere:

The first death was reported near Jamestown, according to officials, and was thought to be because of a building collapse. Another person was found dead on Linden Drive in Boulder, officials said. The Colorado Springs Fire Department reported a third death on Thursday morning after a body was recovered near Interstate 25.