Thursday, January 26, 2006

The Great Indianapolis Flood

The article on yesterday's disaster ermergency management seminar just made me laugh this morning. It's great that our city is drilling itself for upcoming disaster scenarios. It just made me chuckle that the most realistic, worst disaster they could think of (in light of Katrina) was a failure of the dam at Geist Resevoir. I guess if you live up the lake, you'd have a little more backyard property (although you'd have to move your boat docks out.)

Otherwise, downriver, right into the heart of downtown, they figure the water could cause some problems -- like massive flooding. Interesting. Highly unlikely, I think, but interesting.


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