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Oroville dam: Evacuation ends as officials drain enough water to avert catastrophe

Independent Tuesday, 14 February 2017
20,000 people were evacuated after drainage channels were damaged due to an unusually wet winter
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News video: Evacuation lifted for 200K Californians

Evacuation lifted for 200K Californians 00:31

Authorities in California lifted an evacuation order Tuesday for nearly 200,000 residents who live below the nation's tallest dam after declaring that the risk of catastrophic collapse of a damaged spillway had been significantly reduced. Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea said residents can return home...

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