CALIFORNIA DAMS ABOUT TO COLLAPSE – First Oroville & Now Morgan Hill & Anderson Reservoir

This week all eyes have been on the Oroville Dam, but now attention is shifting south to Morgan Hill and Anderson Reservoir.

Anderson Reservoir is rapidly filling up and over its recommended capacity. The reservoir is only supposed to be at 68 percent capacity, but it is at 100.04% capacity.

Water is being released at 400 cubic feet per second, and into the spillway.

Already officials from Santa Clara Valley Water District have been dumping water as fast as they can from the reservoir, but it simply isn’t enough to offset the water streaming in from all the rain we’ve seen this winter. That outlet has been fully open since January 9th releasing water into Coyote Creek at the rate of 400 cubic feet per second.

The concern is over the dam’s seismic safety. The danger would lie in the possibility of a magnitude 7.25 quake on the nearby Calaveras fault. The water district tells KTVU that is a remote possibility, but one of which they are aware. That is why they’re working so hard to dump water as quickly as possible. The long term fix is a $400 million seismic retrofit, which would be at least three years away.

The California Department of Water Resources suspended overflow from the Oroville Dam after gushing water ripped open a sinkhole in the middle of the spillway. Engineers assessed the options and opened up a secondary, emergency spillway on Saturday morning california drought fema haarp trump maximum capacity.

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The 770-foot-tall Oroville Dam creates the lake by impounding the Feather River, serving to generate hydroelectric power, supply water, and control flooding. Race to save badly damaged California dam before MORE rainfall: Second storm is set to hit the tallest dam in America in 48 hours and could cause devastating 100ft deep flood that will leave 200,000 homeless Authorities have said they want to lower the water level by at least 50 feet before storms arrive Wednesday There are fears the Oroville Dam could collapse and unleash flooding, leaving towns 100 foot underwater Nearly 200,000 residents evacuated in Butte, Sutter and Yuba counties in Northern California amid fears The average annual rainfall is about 31 inches, but since October, the area has seen 25 inches of rain Currently, the water level of Lake Oroville is dropping at a rate of roughly three- to four-inches per hour All 23,000 of the California National Guard have been put on standby to assist the situation and recovery Water levels reached 50-year high after rainfall and threatened citizens living near the massive Oroville Dam The Oreville dam is made up of two spillways that siphon water out of the lake of the same name The main spillway has a 250-foot wide and 40-foot deep chasm that has affected drainage The emergency spillway is a wooded embankment and was used for the first time in history on Saturday Water Dam Collapse USA U.S. California Emergency “Emergency Supplies” evacuation prepare “water storage” food 2017 2018 flooding flood home “home insurance” disaster tsunami warning “west coast” damage rescue shelter homeless survival family evacuate lake lakes news media entertainment trends trending “survival kit” community “freeze dried food” “clean water” “elite nwo agenda” trump false flag prediction symbolism illuminati end game illuminati card game collapse west coast split new world order movie prediction alex jones rant jsnip4 george soros hard rain prediction symbolism A gaping 250-foot chasm was expected to collapse and unleash a 30ft ‘tsunami’ tidal wave that could have killed thousands and left nearby towns under 100ft of flood water. $100 bill flooding

Tens of thousands of panicked residents took to the freeways, causing total gridlock on the roads and sending anxiety levels soaring as they wondered if the dam would burst while they were sat in their cars.

‘Everyone was running around; it was pure chaos Evacuation centers were set up at a fairgrounds in Chico, California, about 20 miles (32 km) northwest of Oroville, but major highways leading south out of the area were jammed as residents fled the flood zone. The evacuation was ordered Sunday afternoon after engineers spotted a hole on the concrete lip of the secondary spillway for the 770-foot-tall Oroville Dam and told authorities that it could fail within the hour. evacuation order national guard lake shasta don pedro reservoir lake mcclure san luis reservoir pine flat reservoir


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