Prologue In 2003 Colorado was in their 4th year of drought. Nobody
but John Astor saw it coming. The most devastating snowfall in a 24
hour period ever recorded for Colorado. His every effort to warn
the proper authorities of the most certain onslaught is not
recognized until it is too late. Thousands of fans are stranded at
Air Force Falcon Stadium. The storm leaves motorists and citizens
stranded for 50 miles between Denver and Colorado Springs. John
Astor predicts the calamity far in advance of any US weather
service warning, using the latest MIT forecasting program "DIS"
Doppler Instant Simulator, on loan from the Meteorological division
of Environmental Studies. Every 10 minutes becomes critical has
thousands are stranded in the snow attempting to see Air Force and
BYU slug it out for first place in the Mountain West Division.
Despite warnings and threats from Paul Gantor, director of
emergency services for El Paso County, Air Force Commanders and the
US Weather Service ignore the possible on-slough of snow. With no
other options Paul takes control, canceling the nationally
televised game, calling out the Army and a fleet of 100 semi trucks
to rescue the 10,000 stranded fans. The President is awakened at 3
AM and every emergency resource is brought to bear. Even with the
best efforts of all the powers there are casualties and injuries.
Someone is going to pay for not seeing this event in advance and
taking the proper actions to avert the damages.
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