(Natural News) The situation at the Oroville Dam has stabilized for the moment, but more storms are coming this week.
(Article by Michael Snyder from Thedailysheeple.com)
When those storms arrive, will authorities be able to avoid the kind of catastrophic incident that almost happened over the weekend? As you will see below, it is being admitted that a collapse of the emergency spillway at Lake Oroville would have sent a “30-foot wall of water coming out of the lake” and into local communities. At one point authorities were concerned that such a collapse was imminent, and that is why they ordered the evacuation of nearly 200,000 people. But many are also concerned that more storms could ultimately cause a catastrophic failure of the infrastructure at the dam that would bring about a “worst case scenario”. According to the experts, if that were to occur we could potentially see a 100 foot tsunami of water wiping out entire cities.
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Aka the town of Grantham in Queensland Australia a few years ago. Google it. Authorities let the spillway of the Brisbane dam go because’ the was full’. 37 people died.