Several dams failed following the flooding caused by Hurricane Matthew. One dam was washed away and another was threatened but still standing in a compromised state at the J.C. Keith Lake, affecting the surrounding Rayconda neighborhood in Fayetteville. Here workers rebuild the upper dam on Siple Avenue while residents use the precarious lower dam on Oct. 19.
Several dams failed following the flooding caused by Hurricane Matthew. One dam was washed away and another was threatened but still standing in a compromised state at the J.C. Keith Lake, affecting the surrounding Rayconda neighborhood in Fayetteville. Here workers rebuild the upper dam on Siple Avenue while residents use the precarious lower dam on Oct. 19. N&O
Several dams failed following the flooding caused by Hurricane Matthew. One dam was washed away and another was threatened but still standing in a compromised state at the J.C. Keith Lake, affecting the surrounding Rayconda neighborhood in Fayetteville. Here workers rebuild the upper dam on Siple Avenue while residents use the precarious lower dam on Oct. 19. N&O
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