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Conemaugh

(kŏn`əmô'), river c.70 mi (110 km) long, rising in the Allegheny Mts. and flowing NW to the Allegheny River, SW Pa. Federal flood-control works on the river and its tributaries include Conemaugh River Dam (160 ft/49 m high; 1,265 ft/386 m long; completed 1952).
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PSEG Power has agreed to sell its 776-megawatt, or MW, interest in the Keystone and Conemaugh generation facilities in western Pennsylvania and related assets, including the assumption of related liabilities.
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These included not only the suddenness and ferocity of the tragedy but the fact that it was caused by inadequate flood-control measures--in this case the catastrophic failure of a 72-foot-high dam on the Little Conemaugh River 14 miles upstream of Johnstown, a Pennsylvania valley town--and the remarkable grit and determination exhibited by survivors.
1887) and Conemaugh Valley Mutual Insurance Company (Johnstown, PA - est.
1889: More than 2,200 people died when the South Fork Dam failed on the Little Conemaugh River, unleashing a wall of water that destroyed the town of Johnstown, Pennsylvania.