Dwarfed by the thunderous roar of releases of Millerton Lake water – from a pair of huge Friant Dam valves – totaling 1,000 cubic feet per second, Michael Wolfe, left, Friant Dam supervisor of hydrologic technicians, and Darrin Williams, Friant Dam maintenence supervisor, observe the historic release, Tuesday afternoon.
Dwarfed by the thunderous roar of releases of Millerton Lake water – from a pair of huge Friant Dam valves – totaling 1,000 cubic feet per second, Michael Wolfe, left, Friant Dam supervisor of hydrologic technicians, and Darrin Williams, Friant Dam maintenence supervisor, observe the historic release, Tuesday afternoon. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Dwarfed by the thunderous roar of releases of Millerton Lake water – from a pair of huge Friant Dam valves – totaling 1,000 cubic feet per second, Michael Wolfe, left, Friant Dam supervisor of hydrologic technicians, and Darrin Williams, Friant Dam maintenence supervisor, observe the historic release, Tuesday afternoon. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

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