Officials issue “Code Red” warning of potential dam failure in Maryland — 15 miles from nuke plant

Published: August 28th, 2011 at 5:08 am ET
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St. Mary’s Officials Warns Of Potential Dam…, WBFF FOX45 Baltimore, August 28, 2011 12:25 am EDT:

Officials in St. Mary’s County are warning of a potential dam failure at St. Mary’s Lake near Callaway.

They issued the Code Red notification at 10:40 p.m. Saturday after Hurricane Irene poured more than seven inches of rain in the area.

The county says a dam failure may cause significant flooding that could threaten people, homes and roads downstream. […]

St. Mary’s Lake is less than 15 miles from Calvert Cliffs nuclear plant:

Published: August 28th, 2011 at 5:08 am ET
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7 comments to Officials issue “Code Red” warning of potential dam failure in Maryland — 15 miles from nuke plant

  • Sickputer

    The nuclear plant 13 miles down to the coast from the dam: Calvert Cliffs which already has 1 unit on backup generator power because flying metal off a plant building destroyed a transformer.

    Any bets they are scramming Unit 2 that is still on the grid and they said was at 100 percent power an hour ago?

    • Fall out man!

      They darn well should be scramming it Sickputer…. but scramming it would cost them revenue…. so maybe not.

      Its a pretty bad system when its so dangerous to run these things that when there is an emergency they have to shut them down. Ironically its during emergencies that you most need reliable power. Obviously that’s not Nuke power, the power that lets you down in a disaster.

      • mikey

        This was planned by the elites LOOOONG ago they just set this idea up sure its pure greed but brilliant by way of deflection- Nuke plants were always the fallback for pop reduction and then they pop these things off with haarp but that can be traced so they time it in line with the Solar poop storms then roll it all up in a doomtard 2012 scenario! Impressive if not brutal and ridiculously anti-karmatic… I mean Duh ur gonna soooo have to pay for killing and starvin all those kids. Cept its all fallin apart so sorry 4 u! 500 plus years of hardcore plannin and for what?

    • Repoert from TV say ‘3 million’ without power !

  • cossack55

    “You can’t handle the truth.”
    Jack