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Can Go Home
... for Now
Feb 15, 2017 12:11 AM CST
Almost 200K Calif. Evacuees Can Go Home ... for Now
Repairs to Oroville dam may not hold
- Nearly 200,000 Northern Californians who live downstream of the country's tallest dam were allowed to return home Tuesday after two nights of uncertainty , but they were warned they may have to again flee to higher ground on a moment's notice if hastily made repairs to the battered...
188K Calif. Evacuees
Don't Know When
They Can Go Home
Feb 14, 2017 5:24 AM CST
188K Calif. Evacuees Don't Know When They Can Go Home
Dam area is still in danger, officials say
- Helicopters dropped giant rock-filled sandbags into place Monday to shore up a California reservoir that had threatened to breach its banks and unleash a 30-foot wall of water, but officials said an evacuation order covering around 188,000 people would stay in place until they are sure it's safe...
More Than 100K Evacuated
Near America's Tallest Dam
Feb 13, 2017 5:48 AM CST
More Than 100K Evacuated Near America's Tallest Dam
Oroville spillway collapse could be catastrophic
- More than 100,000 people fled their homes in northern California on Sunday as an emergency spillway next to America's tallest dam threatened to collapse and unleash what authorities called a catastrophic amount of water along the Feather River. While the evacuation took place, emergency repairs were performed on...
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