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On December 1-4, 2007, a series of storms with hurricane-force winds and heavy rains lashed the U.S. Pacific Northwest, hitting southwestern Washington and northwestern Oregon especially hard. These storms dropped 37 cm (14.5 in) of rain with gusts up to 206 km/h (129 mph). They caused major flooding and landslides and claimed five lives. This TCLEE report examines the effects of the Pacific Northwest Storms on lifeline infrastructure systems: highways, electric power, water, wastewater/stormwater, telecommunications, coasts and waterways, and emergency response
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