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Flood in the Desert

8.653min20227+
Explore the 1928 collapse of the St. Francis Dam, the second deadliest disaster in California history. A colossal engineering and human failure, the dam was built by William Mulholland, a self-taught engineer who ensured the growth of Los Angeles by bringing the city water via aqueduct. The catastrophe killed more than 400 people and destroyed millions of dollars of property.
Directors
Rob Rapley
Genres
Special Interest
Subtitles
English [CC]
Audio languages
English

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