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Coastal WA town narrowly avoids catastrophic flooding
TAHOLAH, Wash – More than half of an 1,100-foot seawall along protecting the village of Taholah from the Pacific Ocean was damaged during recent severe weather threatening some 700 residents with the danger of flooding. Over the weekend the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, Seattle District, deployed 11 members to complete emergency temporary repairs to prevent a catastrophe.