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Officials investigate Oroville Dam after water level drop

MailOnline Monday, 13 February 2017
Officials investigate Oroville Dam after water level dropOfficials waited until Monday morning to investigate an erosion scar on the spillway at Oroville Dam, having warned the worst case scenario was a structural breakdown at the emergency spillway.
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News video: Officials race to repair California's Oroville dam

Officials race to repair California's Oroville dam 02:19

Water officials are in a race to fix damaged spillways of a large Northern California dam. Nearly 200,000 residents were told to evacuate. Heavy rains in the area have pushed the reservoir beyond capacity. John Blackstone reports.

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