Video of the release of water from Magat Dam in Isabela surfaces

Video of the release of water from Magat Dam in Isabela surfaces

- A video of the release of water from the Magat Dam in Isabela Province has surfaced online

- The video showed a burst of water escaping from the dam with a force that could knock anything in its path

- A netizen posted that he researched as to the ownership of the dam and found out that the dam is owned and operated by the government through the National Irrigation Administration (NIA)

- Another netizen said that if the dam is in critical level, water has to be released, or else it could lead to a dam break, which could be a whole lot worse

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A video of the release of the water from Magat Dam has surfaced online. It could be seen that the water pressure is really strong and there is just a lot of water that needs to be released.

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The Magat Dam is found in the Isabela Province, which after the research of netizen Goyo Larrazabal, is operated by the government through the NIA. The hydropower plant was the one that was privatized.

Science dictates that if water from the dam is not released, it could lead to a dam break, and could release more water and lead to worse disasters.

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Video of the release of water from Magat Dam in Isabela surfaces

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