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Ice Jam Flooding Explained

The ice boom at the mouth of the river would normally stop the ice flow, but when winds are strong and gusting more than 45 to 50 mph, the ice boom is designed to sink and let the ice pass.

http://www.digtriad.com/video/3037849261001/1496577170001/Ice-Jam-Flooding-Explained http://bcdownload.gannett.edgesuite.net/wgrz/34300055001/201401/297/34300055001_3032861719001_th-52cf0b32e4b03b124575777b-672293880001.jpg?pubId=34300055001 Ice Jam Flooding Explained The ice boom at the mouth of the river would normally stop the ice flow, but when winds are strong and gusting more than 45 to 50 mph, the ice boom is designed to sink and let the ice pass. floodingice boomweatherice jamithaca journalniagara riverlocalNewsWGRZ 01:12

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