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  • Water continues to rush down Oroville spillway on Friday

    The Department of Water Resources said it planned to slow releases from Oroville Dam’s damaged main spillway “to prevent erosion along the north side of the spillway from compromising nearby power line towers.” The lines run to the dam’s power plant.

The Department of Water Resources said it planned to slow releases from Oroville Dam’s damaged main spillway “to prevent erosion along the north side of the spillway from compromising nearby power line towers.” The lines run to the dam’s power plant. Video by Randall Benton, Produced by Sue Morrow The Sacramento Bee
The Department of Water Resources said it planned to slow releases from Oroville Dam’s damaged main spillway “to prevent erosion along the north side of the spillway from compromising nearby power line towers.” The lines run to the dam’s power plant. Video by Randall Benton, Produced by Sue Morrow The Sacramento Bee

Use of untested emergency spillway yet again a possibility at crippled Oroville Dam

February 10, 2017 7:46 PM

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