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A long-stick excavator digs up material from the center of the Garden Highway roadway in Natomas, California on July 25, 2019. The Natomas Basin is considered by many to be one of the most at-risk regions for catastrophic flooding in the nation. A 42-mile-long levee surrounds the basin, including at this southern location where a main thoroughfare, the two-lane Garden Highway sits atop it.

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Photo by: Luke Burns |  VIRIN: 190725-A-XM148-002.JPG