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Shanghai Bend
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Shanghai Bend
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(From left to right) Mike Inamine, executive director for the Sutter Butte Flood Control Agency; Col. Bill Leady, commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District; and Bill Hampton, manager of the Sutter County Levee District One, view the Feather River near Shanghai Bend in Yuba City, Calif. Jan. 22, 2013. Shanghai Bend was the site of a catastrophic levee break in 1955 when Yuba City flooded and 38 residents died. Leady and the representatives toured the site of the proposed Feather River West Levee Project in Yuba City during the visit. This SBFCA project aims to provide 200-year flood protection for Biggs, Gridley, Live Oak and Yuba City plus 100-year flood protection for the rural area of the river basin south of the four townships. (U.S. Army photo by Robert Kidd/Released)
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