Lake Tahoma dam in 'imminent danger' of failing, evacuations ordered Source: WSOC
A Flash Flood Emergency has been declared for areas downstream of Lake Tahoma in McDowell County because of the imminent failure of the lake's dam due to heavy rainfall associated with Alberto. At 12:26 a.m. Wednesday, McDowell County Emergency Management reported the Lake Tahoma Dam was in imminent danger of failing after a landslide "compromised" its structural "integrity."
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#1 May 30, 2018
Iím hearing the dam has been inspected and declared safe, but some are still being asked to evacuate. Numerous mudslides have closed some roads, and it may be days before they are cleared.
With little consistent information coming out, is the danger over
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