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ALERT!!! Dam may burst flowing into Rio Grande...

 
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ALERT!!! Dam may burst flowing into Rio Grande...
ALERT!!!! Venustiano Carranza Dam. Rio Salado. Cuahuila state, Municipio de Anahuac, Nuevo Leon. AND La Amistad Dam, Nuevo Leon. Danger of bursting. 110% capacity (overflowing). No electricity to open gates of first one but 21 of 27 have been successfully opened manually. Three other dams have been opened to their maximum. I am not exactly sure but I think all or some of these are flowing into the Rio Grande. Coordinated with US authorities. Expect water levels there to increase 21 feet between Nuevo Loredo (Loredo) and Reynosa (if all things work out in a controlled way). Intl bridges will be closed...

here is a map...

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I wouldnt go camping near the river if I were you...
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I thought this would be big news. This could wipe out more than a few towns and cities...
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07/07/2010 12:37 AM
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Accuweather is saying if the storm near Yucatan intensifies into a hurricane it could hit Brownsville on Thursday. The ground here is SOAKED and the rivers and floodways are FULL. There is no place for more water to go. The flood waters in the Rio Grande have already been channeled into the floodways in Texas. I'm sympathetic for the flood victims in Mexico, but this could be a disaster for us.

It is big news, OP. It hasn't really gotten out there, yet. Folks not in the area don't know what we're talking about yet.

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Re: ALERT!!! Dam may burst flowing into Rio Grande...
I thought this would be big news. This could wipe out more than a few towns and cities...
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We have been losing a lot of our own cities and towns lately. Truth is if the US economy keeps going down we don't have any more money to bail you out any more. No more moeny for 3rd world disasters. The charity dries up.

My advice. MOVE!
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Accuweather is saying if the storm near Yucatan intensifies into a hurricane it could hit Brownsville on Thursday. The ground here is SOAKED and the rivers and floodways are FULL. There is no place for more water to go. The flood waters in the Rio Grande have already been channeled into the floodways in Texas. I'm sympathetic for the flood victims in Mexico, but this could be a disaster for us.
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Well, this is new news. The dams in Mexico are opening up (it will peak at 21 feet on the Rio Grande) and if one or two burst, it will be a disaster. Your Texas floodways will not save you....
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Re: ALERT!!! Dam may burst flowing into Rio Grande...
I thought this would be big news. This could wipe out more than a few towns and cities...



We have been losing a lot of our own cities and towns lately. Truth is if the US economy keeps going down we don't have any more money to bail you out any more. No more moeny for 3rd world disasters. The charity dries up.

My advice. MOVE!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1025655


I'll tell you what. If the flood destroys your nice pretty home, I wont give a shit. Fair?
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Re: ALERT!!! Dam may burst flowing into Rio Grande...
I thought this would be big news. This could wipe out more than a few towns and cities...



We have been losing a lot of our own cities and towns lately. Truth is if the US economy keeps going down we don't have any more money to bail you out any more. No more moeny for 3rd world disasters. The charity dries up.

My advice. MOVE!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1025655

Fuck YOU! The Rio Grande is OUR river, too. OP is talking about flooding in the US, too. Laredo (OP spelled it Loredo) IS is in the US. You just earned some karma for your area, heartless SOB.
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I am almost regretting that I am giving the latest news of a dam that will affect you. If you dont appreciate this advance warning, well, go fuck yourselves...
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Be safe all. We had bad flooding in my area recently with over a dozen lives lost. Take it seriously if you're in harms way!
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I watched the news tonight and not one mention of it. I wonder why? This is pretty serious. As for the storm, they really don't think it will turn into a hurricane, it's falling apart
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I watched the news tonight and not one mention of it. I wonder why? This is pretty serious. As for the storm, they really don't think it will turn into a hurricane, it's falling apart
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Most of the rain has been dumped, and the rivers are already swelled. It is the dams that they are concerned about. It was all over the news tonight... well, in Mexico....
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I hope there is a mass amount of Illegal Mexicans crossing the border from Az to Texas when that shit comes crashing down! STAY IN YOUR OWN DAMN COUNTRY ALREADY!!! Tired of it!
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I hope there is a mass amount of Illegal Mexicans crossing the border from Az to Texas when that shit comes crashing down! STAY IN YOUR OWN DAMN COUNTRY ALREADY!!! Tired of it!
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Why dont you go down to the river and shoot some dead bodies? It shouldnt matter to psychos....
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I hope there is a mass amount of Illegal Mexicans crossing the border from Az to Texas when that shit comes crashing down! STAY IN YOUR OWN DAMN COUNTRY ALREADY!!! Tired of it!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 976763

Did you flunk geography? Arizona is hundreds of miles away from South Texas. Oh, and NEW Mexico is between Arizona and Texas, too. And the RIO GRANDE is OUR river, too. We're talking flooding in the US here. We've been complaining about illegals for years...but it has absolutely nothing to do with flooded rivers.
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I hope there is a mass amount of Illegal Mexicans crossing the border from Az to Texas when that shit comes crashing down! STAY IN YOUR OWN DAMN COUNTRY ALREADY!!! Tired of it!


Why dont you go down to the river and shoot some dead bodies? It shouldnt matter to psychos....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1023648


Hey buddy Go fuck your self...You stay within your countrys borders and ill do the same...Got it! now i dont mind if you wanna come over here and Contribute to the rebuild of our economy, not sucking it dry of money and paying 0 taxes! creating crime to survive,I.E.
-Drivers liscence fraud
-Social Security fraud
-Identity theft
which leads to More Severe
-Drug trafficking
-Human trafficing
-Robbery

Or you could always Start one of your friendly Nieghborhood Gangs and teach responsibility and morals and values to our nations kids! Wait!! Bwahahahahahaha...lol

Why dont you try the LEGAL immigration process for once! you know get a VISA! maybe learn to speak our language before stepping out to the workforce! then ill think about showing some respect to some one who might have earned a lot of it
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Re: ALERT!!! Dam may burst flowing into Rio Grande...
I hope there is a mass amount of Illegal Mexicans crossing the border from Az to Texas when that shit comes crashing down! STAY IN YOUR OWN DAMN COUNTRY ALREADY!!! Tired of it!


Why dont you go down to the river and shoot some dead bodies? It shouldnt matter to psychos....


Hey buddy Go fuck your self...You stay within your countrys borders and ill do the same...Got it! n
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 976763


I'll go anywhere I damn well please. Got it? Dont leave your mommies basement. You're grounded.
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You Americans got real sickos amongst you to contend with. lol....
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teach responsibility and morals and values to our nations kids!

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spring break in mexico....
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mommys basement!haha! fucking loser! go stand at the base of the damn with a bar of soap, some shampoo, and maybe a tooth brush, and use this event to your advantage and clean your filthy, Dirty, Gross ass up! Nothin but Filth comes from Mexico, other than a few people i know from there, the general public is filthy! so yea like i said get fucked! next time Quote the whole message..oh wait you wont cause you know im right bitch! by the way i am a u.s. Vietnam Vet..i knew when my stay was no longer welcome and So should you!
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a rough machine translation...

traducción del español al inglés


Dam put on alert NL, Coahuila, Tamaulipas and Texas

In the town of Anahuac, Nuevo Leon, 18 000 people were evacuated to the risk that the Salado River to overflow. On the other hand, the release of water from a reservoir flooded and isolated left two communities Tamaulipas.

La Jornada online
Posted: 07/06/2010 8:37

Monterrey, NL. Heavy rains caused by Hurricane Alex in the north of the country last week left the limit storage levels in dams in the region, forcing the vent of more of them and the evacuation of nearby communities. Also, local authorities reported that the release Tamaulipas flows without notice left two of their communities under water.

In Nuevo Leon, about 18 000 inhabitants of the town of Anahuac were evacuated from this morning to the risk that the Salado River to overflow through the opening of gates in the dam "Venustiano Carranza", Mayor Santos Garza Garcia.

He said the storage limits on the reservoir forced to take precautionary measures in the city, 224 kilometers north of Monterrey.

In Tamaulipas, on whose coast last week Alex came as a Category 2 hurricane, the mayor of Michael German, Servando López Moreno, reported that two of their communities (San Antonio de Reyna and Arcabuz) are completely flooded and cut off after the dam El Cuchillo in Nuevo Leon, Tamaulipas was vented to reservoirs.

Miguel Lopez Moreno noted that German was not affected by the passing of Alex, but the lack of communication from the authorities of the National Water Commission (Conagua), who did not alert on the vent of the dams.

He said the people of San Antonio de Reyna and Arcabuz in the border area, recorded total losses in homes, sorghum, team work, besides lack of electricity, telephony and services and supplies to survive.

He noted that losses in these two communities are total, but ruled the death of people.

He said that it requires the support of federal and state authorities because of continuing flooded, could be recorded several outbreaks.

The Citizen Services indicated that the water level in Arcabuz and San Antonio de Reyna went over a meter and that to date has achieved a reduction, but are still flooded.

He noted that "southern German Miguel, Pemex has facilities and they are in danger of a leak or contaminate the water passing through the San Juan River and in turn the dam" Marte R. Gomez "at the lack of maintenance, because the land flooded with Pemex can not give the appropriate maintenance."

The overflow of the rivers San Fernando has caused flooding in the town of Mendez, Burgos and Curillo, and the first increase of the Conchos river also flooded subdivisions Swan, Fuentes and Paso Real de San Fernando, but it was reported that the river level began to decrease.

In the city of Reynosa began to evacuate 4000 people and are at risk more than 30 000 living in the lower area of Matamoros by the spill from the dam The Knife, The Mars and R. White Gomez.

Also, last night a tornado hit the Ciudad Mante, which caused the flooding of 20 colonies.

Also in the town of Hidalgo, more than 20 rural boundaries are isolated because the bridge was rebuilt in the San Antonio River, which joins the town's Tamaseño the county seat.

Meanwhile, the International Boundary and Water Commission (IBWC) warned on Tuesday about possible flooding in parts of southern Texas and northeastern Mexico after the release of water from the dam bi La Amistad.

The body of Mexico and the United States, which regulates the geographic boundaries and water treaties between the two nations, said Monday that began to discharge water from the Amistad at a rate of 481 cubic meters per second, and that on Tuesday morning desfoque almost doubled to 991 cubic meters per second.

According to a statement of the IBWC, the release of water is set based on the amount of rainfall and the amount of water in reserve.

Authorities Val Verde County on the border with Mexico, ordered the mandatory evacuation of the Vega Verde subdivision, a neighborhood community of Del Rio, Texas, located at the side of the Rio Grande.

The National Weather Service (NWS) issued on its side the flood warning for the counties of Val Verde, Webb and Maverick and the communities of Del Rio and Eagle Pass.

The IBWC said it is monitoring the International Falcon Reservoir, downstream of the Rio Bravo, about the possibility of releasing water from the reservation, if necessary later this week.

An overflow dam in Mexico affect the municipalities of Acuña and Piedras Negras, Coahuila and Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas.

Vent 50% buffered growing water: Conagua

For his part, Conagua, through the Rio Grande Basin Organization (OCRB) reported that the controlled venting of the dams of Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas cushioned growing 50 percent of water in rivers caused by Álex these entities.

In a statement, stressed that controlling the venting of water from dams Las Blancas, Cerro Prieto and the knife into the rivers Santa Catarina, San Fernando and Bravo could prevent large spills that generate submit flooding in nearby communities.

He indicated that the optimal operation of the dam rompepicos Corral de Palma, located in the upstream channel of the Rio Santa Catarina, allowed only pass through it two thousand 500 cubic meters per second.

He stressed that in the absence of this infrastructure, the growing would exceed five thousand cubic meters per second, generating a major catastrophe as the destruction of the main avenues of the Monterrey metropolitan area, such as Constitution and Morones Prieto, and serious losses by flooding.



Added to this, and the early operation of the El Cuchillo dam, which is vented, is cushioned at least 50 percent of the volume of water that moved through the San Juan River to reach the dam Marte R. Gomez.
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by the way i am a u.s. Vietnam Vet..i knew when my stay was no longer welcome and So should you!
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lol...

You really should vent your anger elsewhere....
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You Americans got real sickos amongst you to contend with. lol....
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indeed but Mexico does as well, I lived there for 3 years...I live on the Rio Grande in NM....waters are low right now but we are upstream from you......
Live and let live.......really
ookie

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Appears like the USA is fixing to get a little bit of Montezuma's revenge. Mexico is about to shit a bunch of nasty dead beaners at us with some toxic mud as a bonus.

Yuck.
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You Americans got real sickos amongst you to contend with. lol....
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Don't I know it!


Most of them came here illegally...
afro
Rabbi Ovadia Yosef:

"The goyim were born only to serve us Jews. Without that, they have no place in the world - only to serve the people of Israel. Why are gentiles needed? They will work, they will plow, they will reap. We will sit like an effendi (a lord or master) and eat.

That is why gentiles were created”

October 18, 2010 as quoted in the Jerusalem Post
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You Americans got real sickos amongst you to contend with. lol....


indeed but Mexico does as well, I lived there for 3 years...I live on the Rio Grande in NM....waters are low right now but we are upstream from you......
 Quoting: zephyr


I'm way down south. But this hit national news. Just passing some friendly advanced warning to you guys. So far they seem to have it under control. But the potential crisis was they couldnt open the flood gates because the electricity was out. It seems they are letting us know after the fact. But who knows what else they arent telling us. Man oh man...
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Don't I know it!


Most of them came here illegally...
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You people are obsessed.
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You Americans got real sickos amongst you to contend with. lol....


indeed but Mexico does as well, I lived there for 3 years...I live on the Rio Grande in NM....waters are low right now but we are upstream from you......


I'm way down south. But this hit national news. Just passing some friendly advanced warning to you guys. So far they seem to have it under control. But the potential crisis was they couldnt open the flood gates because the electricity was out. It seems they are letting us know after the fact. But who knows what else they arent telling us. Man oh man...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1023648


where do you live OP, I been in nearly every major city in Mexio..via bus of course.....
Live and let live.......really
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Re: ALERT!!! Dam may burst flowing into Rio Grande...
I thought this would be big news. This could wipe out more than a few towns and cities...



We have been losing a lot of our own cities and towns lately. Truth is if the US economy keeps going down we don't have any more money to bail you out any more. No more moeny for 3rd world disasters. The charity dries up.

My advice. MOVE!

Fuck YOU! The Rio Grande is OUR river, too. OP is talking about flooding in the US, too. Laredo (OP spelled it Loredo) IS is in the US. You just earned some karma for your area, heartless SOB.
 Quoting: weegie


I am just stating the facts. We are out of money. We are losing our own cities never to be rebuilt again. We will be lucky if we don't lose many cities in the gulf states. We pretty much lost half of New Orleans. Charity is dryin up. Nobody form the outside world helped us when the mississippi had its 100 year flood and wiped out many towns and cities along its banks. The economy is in a sinkholes and we are coming to the end of aour ability to help. I did not wish death. I only said what I was yelling at my television 5 years ago on a Saturday night to the people of NO. GET OUT. LEAVE. If you built on a flood plain get out because nobody should expect any more handouts. The world wished to take us down and now they will reap the results. We will no longer be there to rebuild you. We're done.
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A disaster is likely. Thanks for warning people OP.
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indeed but Mexico does as well, I lived there for 3 years...I live on the Rio Grande in NM....waters are low right now but we are upstream from you......


I'm way down south. But this hit national news. Just passing some friendly advanced warning to you guys. So far they seem to have it under control. But the potential crisis was they couldnt open the flood gates because the electricity was out. It seems they are letting us know after the fact. But who knows what else they arent telling us. Man oh man...


where do you live OP, I been in nearly every major city in Mexio..via bus of course.....
 Quoting: zephyr


Los Altos, Chiapas.

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