1947: Al Roker raises alarm on deadly flood: ‘Potential for another’

07.12.2018 - By The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

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When the South Fork Dam broke in 1889, the 20 million tons of water it released destroyed Johnstown, a bustling industrial town in Southwest Pennsylvania. 

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