Downtown Houston is gone if Addicks Reservoir breaks (video)

Barker and Addick reservoirs are filling rapidly, nearing capacity for the first time, putting thousands of homes and entire communities at risk.

A controlled release will begin tonight at 2am. If NOT, a 30ft wall of uncontrolled water could breach.

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If the Addicks Reservoir was to fail, downtown Houston would disappear under water!

Why would you build a giant water time bomb next to a major city? That sounds like something a super villain would do!

The apocalyptic and uncontrolled situation is giving rise to fear in Houston:

Update on August 28, 2017:

Texas Has Thousands of Bad Dams, Two In Houston Deemed ‘Extremely High Risk’:

Harris County Flood control announced new evacuation orders as the Army Corps of Engineers continues to release water from the Barker and Addicks reservoirs. 8/28 8:30 p.m.

Addicks Reservoir Saturday. Hurricane Harvey is still off to the west of us, but supposedly heading this way.

Now the Addicks Reservoir filled by Harvey on August 28, 2017:

Meanwhile the Conroe dam in Houston was open to avoid its collapse, this means possible flooding in the neighborhoods and increased flow of nearby rivers:

These reservoirs were built after WWII and were of concern about 3 weeks ago pertaining to a leak, and the water was minuscule compared to what is happening now.

Here some important links if you are in the sinister area: ADDICKS RESERVOIR,
BARKER RESERVOIR, and finally the Harris County Flood Warning System.

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