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Oroville Full Dams Alert & Fukushima Crisis & Incoming Monsoon Rains & California Update (Video)

Sunday, March 12, 2017 7:55
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Also, the New Radiation Map has been saved and cleared. New Reports from Fukushima are saying 600 tons of Melted Fuel Rods have melted thru the containment vessels.

A helicopter tour over Oroville Dam and the Feather River on Wednesday, March 1, 2017, reveals the dramatic extent of damage suffered by the spillway, the adjacent hillside scoured down to bedrock and the streambed of the Feather River piled with rock and other debris by dangerous high flows that nearly caused catastrophe beginning on Feb. 12.
 
A series of storms filled Lake Oroville and taxed the dam’s main and emergency spillways, while causing widespread flooding and evacuations downstream. – Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee
 
The California Department of Water Resources is advising the public of increased outflows to the Feather River near the Oroville Dam, the state agency announced Saturday.

Waterflow is expected to rise from 11,000 to 13,000 cubic feet per second beginning Saturday afternoon, with additional releases expected for the following week. The increase has prompted DWR officials to advise members of the public to steer clear of the waterway.

The department has been releasing water to the damaged Feather River through the Thermalito Diversion Dam and the Thermalito Afterbay River Outlet to meet environmental requirements.

Lake Orville is currently at an elevation of 850.5 feet, with inflows at about 12,000 to 18,000 cubic feet per second into Lake Oroville in the past 24 hours, a DWR press release said.

Crews have worked around the clock to clear the approximately 897,000 cubic yards of sediment and debris clogged in the Feather River underneath the Oroville Dam’s fractured spillway, DWR said.

Source via Nashelly Chavez: http://www.sacbee.com

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  • srsly1

    Keep milking it…squeeze that teet

    • DK

      The dam will go, it is however but one of a set of 4, the loss of the spillway and erosion just means it has to be emptied in time, however this dam was no longer fit for use in 2004 when the lack of maintenance along with modifications required to keep it safe became apparent. The best possible result would be demolition in summer pending replacement at a sound location with an all concrete dam.

    • Jeffery Pritchett

      srsly1 is one of those people that go from contributor to contributors posts saying negative things and never anything positive. just like a slug leaving a trail of filth on a tombstone.

      • yen ain\\\'t happening

        Why should he? We all get tired of click bating whores who can’t tell the truth. YOU can only lie, and decieve people into clicking on the click bate whore crap some of you post.

        • Jeffery Pritchett

          Who made you judge and jury? A cow’s arse? You do the same thing. Oh I’m having trouble at home lemme go to BIN today and attack every contributor because I’m pathetic and haven’t been laid in 40 years by a woman.

  • mitch51

    All of the radiation from Fukushima is being placed into Oroville by the lizard aliens. AAARRGGGHHHHHHHHH!!!!!

    • DK

      Since there is a decommissioned nuclear power station downstream with at least 600 used fuel rods in storage with a load of low level waste on site mild tritium exposure is the least worry. Luckily I expect the damage would be local and washed right into the state capital Sacramento..No pressure – none at all.

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