Report: Loss of Soil Strength Likely Led to Michigan Dam Collapses

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Insurance Journal - Sep 15, 2021

A sudden loss of soil strength under saturated conditions most likely caused two Michigan dams to collapse last year and contributed to flooding that forced evacuations of about 10,000 people, an interim report commissioned by federal regulators and released Sept. …...

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