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Published on Apr 25, 2016
On October 2015, sections of the Columbia Canal collapsed as a result of what is known as the 1,000 year flood. As a result, the water contained in the Canal emptied into the Congaree River and the city's drinking water was compromised for 10 days after the incident. In order to fix the problem, the South Carolina National Guard and city engineers built a temporary dam above the breach, which allowed most of the canal to fill with water.