APR 13, 2015 05:40 PM PDT

Time-lapse video of 100-year-old Condit Dam disabled with explosives.

WRITTEN BY: Will Hector

Condit Dam on the White Salmon River in Washington was almost a century old when it was breached by explosives in 2011 and removed over the following year. The massive explosive breach, and the roaring torrent of mud and water that rushed through behind it, was captured from multiple angles.
About the Author
  • Will Hector practices psychotherapy at Heart in Balance Counseling Center in Oakland, California. He has substantial training in Attachment Theory, Hakomi Body-Centered Psychotherapy, Psycho-Physical Therapy, and Formative Psychology. To learn more about his practice, click here: http://www.heartinbalancetherapy.com/will-hector.html
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