Fayetteville dam breach has neighborhood on alert (NC)

There’s a growing concern among homeowners in Country Club Hills after the county alerted 40 homeowners of a potential risk of flooding because of a breached dam.  The Department of Environmental Equality Division of Dam Safety notified the County’s Emergency Management Services on Friday night when the Gables Drive dam started to give way, causing gallons of water to overtop. The county then issued a CODEred to homeowners advising them of the potential threat.   Read the article……………


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