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They staying silent until further info though
'Worst case' modeling of a breach of the Nova Kakhovka Dam. It would result in a four or five meter wave striking the Antonovsky Bridge about nineteen hours after the breach simulated. The water will move like a flood over the lowlands as opposed to some sort of "rushing wave" though it's uncertain if the Bridge could withstand the impact as that was not part of the simulation. The wave will rise in level further down the river and will largely drown out the delta at the mouth of the river over the next two days. The flow will also surge up the Inhulets and Bug River, causing flooding in the Mykolaiv Oblast and city proper. But it would be the areas on the left bank (or southeast bank/ Russian controlled) of the river that would be most affected and would almost certainly result in deaths from the flooding.
A worst case modelling for a russian demolition of the Nova Kakhovka Dnipro river dam show that the worst flooding will take place on the left (south east) side of the river bank. A 4 - 5 m wave will hit the Antonovsky bridge east of Cherson city after 19 hours, and there will be a backswell floodincornucopia.se
That one looks to me like at bit of trying to make the silver lining in the cloud bigger than it is. Yes, it may be so, but what he's not saying is how much of a delay changing the starting point will cause(not to mention how much time the flooded area will be impassable).4. The reservoir is draining so rapidly that it's probable the Russians are going from a 50 mile front along the Dnipro to a 150 mile front along the Dnipro.
Flood hasn't impacted the Russian Side of the Dam At All. The Liberated Peoples in Russian Occupied Novaya Kakhovka are going about their normal business.