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Unexpected Rise of The River's Water Level

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  • 14 Jun, 2013  |
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№1 Author: NeMa (14 Jun 2013 03:28) Total user comments: 719


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fucking danger!!
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№2 Author: Leitor (14 Jun 2013 04:01) Total user comments: 58


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Scary like a fucking hell.
A real nightmare.
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№3 Author: Grunt Callahan (14 Jun 2013 05:15) Total user comments: 2387


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Too bad they couldn't have used something besides a baked potato to film it with.
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№4 Author: rodrigozanatta (14 Jun 2013 06:55) Total user comments: 695


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Tsunami... This will kill you...

I never did see this so fast...
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№5 Author: hitch24 (14 Jun 2013 20:15) Total user comments: 23


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Flash flood at Zulg river, Switzerland, 4 July 2012
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№6 Author: sabugoman (15 Jun 2013 01:29) Total user comments: 888


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q q iiiiiiiiiiiiisso meu?
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№7 Author: adzhoe (15 Jun 2013 20:50) Total user comments: 15012


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Wow, very sudden
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№8 Author: Brak61 (16 Jun 2013 21:35) Total user comments: 680


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I'm guessing a levee or a dam gave way upstream? Flash floods are fast but not that fast to have amassed that much debris. Flash flooding probably caused the water to pool up and then the collapse sent it all downstream at once.
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№9 Author: agentsoforange (17 Jun 2013 02:13) Total user comments: 169


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Brak61,

It's a tidal river.
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