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June 02, 2010

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music city mike

One of the lingering issues surrounding our recent flooding here is with the Army Corps of Engineers and their involvement with releasing some 5.3 billion gallons of water Sunday May 2 from the Old Hickory Dam. This action resulted in a significant additional rush of flood water downstream towards Nashville. Some communities who are nearby went from high and dry to 4 feet and rising. It blindsided them and a lot of other people who are now considering a lawsuit claiming that this release was criminal. What they do not realize, it seems, is that if the Corps did not release this additional water the dam was within *7 inches* of being overrun and possibly collapsing. IF that would have happened it is likely that there would have been an unprecedented number of drownings. Was a wild 48 hours to say the least....

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