Video: Water is a powerful mother and dams do everything in their power to control it, but sometimes they need to pump some of that water out. That is what's happening in this video. Or well, that's what the dam is trying to do. The floodwater looks more like it's exploding away. The AP writes, "The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released flood water at a rate of 13,000 cubic feet per second at the Tenkiller Lake Dam in Oklahoma after historic levels of flooding have affected the region."
What It Looks Like When A Dam Releases 368 Cubic Metres Of Water Per Second
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