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Revelstoke Dam opens the floodgates

It can't quite compare with Niagara Falls, but there's been quite a waterfall coming from the Revelstoke Dam this week.

For the first time since 1997, BC Hydro has opened the flood gates and is spilling up to 42,000 cubic meters every second from the Revelstoke Reservoir.

Jennifer Walker Larsen speaks for BC Hydro, and she's the one who took that video. She spoke to Daybreak host Chris Walker.
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