While he was in Colorado, Kehn and his group shoveled a layer of mud out of a guesthouse on the farm. Seven people carried mud out of the building by the wheelbarrowful, he said.
“There was mud a foot and a half high in the entire guesthouse,” he said. “It was disgusting.”
Kehn's group also worked in another home that had been flooded. The house was in a low-lying area near the railroad, and had been badly damaged, Kehn said. He and a group of eight students tore the walls out of the house and cleaned a foot-thick layer of mud out of the basement.
Although the damage was staggering, Kehn said he appreciated the opportunity to help people when they needed it.
“It was really an amazing experience,” he said.Oklahoma Christian University