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There is a plan currently in place which would hopefully plug a hole in the emergency spillway, including using helicopters dropping bags of rock into the crevasse to prevent any further erosion. Here's the loud, chaotic scene as the choppers prepare for the rock drop via @judywbrandt on Twitter. Judy Brandt @judywbrandt
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BREAKING: No word when evacuation order for 188,000 will be lifted as Oroville threat remains

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