This photo shows erosion caused when overflow water cascaded down the emergency spillway of the Oroville Dam. The water level dropped Monday at the nation’s tallest dam, easing slightly the fears of a catastrophic spillway collapse that prompted authorities to order people to leave their homes downstream.
This photo shows erosion caused when overflow water cascaded down the emergency spillway of the Oroville Dam. The water level dropped Monday at the nation’s tallest dam, easing slightly the fears of a catastrophic spillway collapse that prompted authorities to order people to leave their homes downstream. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press
This photo shows erosion caused when overflow water cascaded down the emergency spillway of the Oroville Dam. The water level dropped Monday at the nation’s tallest dam, easing slightly the fears of a catastrophic spillway collapse that prompted authorities to order people to leave their homes downstream. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press

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February 13, 2017 4:00 PM

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