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roof collapsed

Uploaded by: got2dogs

Tuesday December 25, 2012

Burney, CA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: that's not a reflection in the window, it's the roof! fortunately no one was working when this happened. Burney (23 miles west of us)has had even more snow than we've had - 4+ feet! and, it's a wet heavy snow - temps hovering right at freezing - down a little, up a little.

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23. Wanderoo
2:07 AM GMT on December 30, 2012
Ben Franklin would have been furious that there wasn't more applied science in the building of that roof. He would have told the contractor to go fly a kite. Fire the inspector!

Seriously, as everyone commented, I'm glad that no one was in there.

Great capture and great lesson.
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22. NatureGirlsBabies
4:28 AM GMT on December 28, 2012
Glad no one was working or hurt, but DARN!
Odd to see that there are still Ben Franklins out there. Sorry to see this one ruined.
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21. minnesotamom
9:28 PM GMT on December 27, 2012
The great outdoors brought indoors! Good grief!
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20. richteas
1:33 PM GMT on December 27, 2012
If this wasn't so costly, several jokes could be made of the 'Hunting and Fishing' signage.
They will certainly be hunting and fishing around the place for valuables that need recovering.
It's truly sad that by this year, we haven't learned the lessons of large exspansive Flat Roofs on stores. Especially in the Snowier Regions. The Very Large, Ever Growing Wal-Mart Stores come to mind...
what an "accident" waiting to happen!
And most likely, it won't be empty when it does happen.
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19. WurzelDave
7:26 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
From what i can find out on the net ONE cubic foot of wet snow would weigh somewhere in the region of 12 to 15 lbs. Great shot on the destructive power of wet snow.
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18. gingyb
6:25 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
Oh thats not good.
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17. Cowgazer
3:01 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
Lucky nobody was in the way of that, you must use the same designers as here, some here got flat roofs in a high rainfall area! Congrat on a great photo and the VIP
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16. Cowgazer
2:55 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
Lucky nobody was in the way of that, you must use the same designers as here, some here got flat roofs in a high rainfall area! Congrat on a great photo and the VIP
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15. Ojiisan
2:44 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
HOLY spit!! Cleanup in aisle 1 thru 24!! What a mess!!! At least rain runs off before this. Good that no one was hurt.
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14. canuckjune
2:41 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
Wow Susan you really got it. Our 17 inches settled and there is only about five inches or so on the ground so I hope yours quits soon. That weight can really do damage. Keep safe. Arlene
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13. trailhiker44
2:09 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
Now that is the negative side of too much "white beauty !"
Glad nobody was hurt !
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12. docshovel39
2:07 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
WOW Susan , GREAT shot of this disaster - 10+
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11. katy99780
5:41 AM GMT on December 26, 2012
Oh how awful! So glad no one was hurt! This is a shocker alright, great weather reporting Susan!

If this building couldn't hold the snow load, no doubt others are at risk as well... sure hope they get them shoveled before any others go down!
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10. ChrisAnthemum
4:49 AM GMT on December 26, 2012
Obviously the building designers never expected to have to deal with these weather conditions. Thanks for sharing this news, Susan, and congrats on the VIP!
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9. Willow13
4:37 AM GMT on December 26, 2012
Wow!! Glad no one was there!!!
Crazy weather!! Excellent weather photography!
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8. SVLover
4:20 AM GMT on December 26, 2012
There's  that shot! WOW! So glad nobody was hurt and so sorry for the damage to the store.
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7. gilg72
4:10 AM GMT on December 26, 2012
Great Weather report photo Susan, but really sorry to hear of this disaster. Good that nobody was inside at the time it happened. Could have been much worse. Thanks for your report.
Congratulations on the VIP!
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6. nanapoo
4:09 AM GMT on December 26, 2012
WHOA!!!! great weather shot...VIP congrats Susan!
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5. got2dogs
3:37 AM GMT on December 26, 2012
thanks for the comments and for the VIP! if my memory serves me right it collapsed 2 days ago - Sunday. we've had heavy snow falling for days now - because of the temps around 32 the depth has been kept at around 3-4 feet.
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4. catilac
3:36 AM GMT on December 26, 2012
Great shot Susan, lucky that nobody was inside! Congrats on the VIP!
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3. DHaupt
3:31 AM GMT on December 26, 2012
I've got all sorts of stuff from that store out in the garage! When did this happen?
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2. gatorgal
3:19 AM GMT on December 26, 2012
Wow!
Excellent presentation of the conditions.
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1. CameraDiva
3:15 AM GMT on December 26, 2012
Oh my..glad nobody was in it. Imagine the weight from 4' of wet snow!!
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