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Flooding Direction to the College

Encircling Berm

Berm Entries

Original Barracks Design

2011 Flood: April 26, 2011 — East Pocahontas

2011 Flood: Spring Final Exams Cancelled

2006: Marmaduke Tornado, Greene County

2006: Marmaduke Tornado, Greene County

2006: Marmaduke Tornado, Greene County

2018 Tornado: Clay County

2018 Straight Line Winds: East Pocahontas

2009 Ice Storm: Northeast Arkansas

2009 Ice Storm: Pocahontas

2009 Ice Storm: Northeast Arkansas

2009 Ice Storm: Pocahontas

2009 Ice Storm: Felled Tree After Ice Melt

2009 Ice Storm: Cots in BRTC Gym for Linemen

2017 Memorial Day Weekend Derecho

2017 Black River Flood Stages

New Madrid Fault Line

New Madrid Earthquake Sign in Kentucky

Surviving Tree after 1811 Earthquake: Sunken ground exposed roots

Reelfoot Lake, Created by the New Madrid Earthquakes of 1811-12, New Madrid, Missouri

Comparison of San Andreas and New Madrid Earthquakes

2017 Flood: May 2, 2017, 7:00 p.m.  — BRTC campus

2017 Flood: May 2, 2017, 11 a.m.: College to Left of Airport

2017 Flood: AR National Guard on west side of campus

2011 Flood: Inside BRTC’s Joe R. Martin Building

2017 Flood: Flooded Academic Complex

2017 Flood: Pavement Damange

2017 Flood: I Drive Arkansas road closings

2017 Flood: Auditorium Restoration

2011 Flood: April 26, 2011 — East Pocahontas