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The FBI has been called in to investigate whether sabotage of Ameren’s computer’s caused the Dec. 14 Taum Sauk reservoir collapse. On Ameren’s Taum Sauk website is this note: The Missouri State Highway PatrolÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Division of Drug and Crime Control … Continue reading
Ameren has released its last inspection (Dec. 8, 2005) of the Taum Sauk Upper Reservoir that collapsed on Dec. 14.
Ameren in a report to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission says it does not believe a 1.9 earthquake 100 miles to the southeast on the New Madrid fault played any role six hours later in the December 14, 2005, Taum … Continue reading
A press release from Ameren says the September overflow at Taum Sauk was caused by waves from Hurricane Rita.
You really have to wonder why Ameren has not been showing any contrition in the Taum Sauk disaster.
The Taum Sauk Reservoir had a Niagra Falls style overflow on September 26 at the same spot that collapsed on December 14 — one day after the reservoir received an engineering award.
Tanner Toops, the last child injured in the Taum Sauk disaster has gone home.
Gov. Blunt has issued an order permitting overweight trucks to carry away Taum Sauk debris.
Sanborn CEO John Copple today announced the company has been contracted to provide high-density lidar data to the state of Missouri to support restoration efforts in the ruin caused by a wall of water that rushed through a rural area … Continue reading