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    Jeff Kitchen, an USGS hydrologist, said water flowing through the American River was moving at roughly 60,000 cubic feet per second, the highest release coming out of the Nimbus Dam since 1997.

Jeff Kitchen, an USGS hydrologist, said water flowing through the American River was moving at roughly 60,000 cubic feet per second, the highest release coming out of the Nimbus Dam since 1997. Nashelly Chavez The Sacramento Bee
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Lost Slough levee breaks, but gets patched up for now

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