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    Crews lay the last layer of concrete on the Oroville Dam spillway before the state Department of Water Resources’ deadline to have the structure ready to pass flows of 100,000 cubic-feet per second. This video was taken October 30, 2017, just two days before the deadline. The cost for reconstruction rang in at $500 million, nearly double the initial estimate.

Crews lay the last layer of concrete on the Oroville Dam spillway before the state Department of Water Resources’ deadline to have the structure ready to pass flows of 100,000 cubic-feet per second. This video was taken October 30, 2017, just two days before the deadline. The cost for reconstruction rang in at $500 million, nearly double the initial estimate. Department of Water Resources
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