Levee near Nebraska’s Cooper nuke plant “about to break” and “at risk of washing away completely” after being overtopped Sunday (VIDEO)

Published: June 20th, 2011 at 6:29 am ET
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Levee About to Break Near Brownville, Action 3 News, June 19, 2011:

Emergency management officials say the area is turning out to be a total loss causing sandbagging to stop.  Instead, relief efforts are now more focused on locations to the south of Brownville.

Record River Surge Recorded In Southeast Nebraska, WOWT, June 19, 2011:

Levee “at risk of washing away completely”

Cooper Nuclear Station: 72676 648A Ave, Brownville, NE

Published: June 20th, 2011 at 6:29 am ET
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