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Highway2 miles north of Austin Dedication Date: Behind the Marker Austin, Pa. Situated in a valley surrounded by hills covered with pine, hemlock, and cherry, Austin was a natural location for lumber companies. In the late s, as the old-growth timber was exhausted, the pulp and paper industry replaced the sawmills.
Several paper mills existed in the area, but none was as important as the Bayless Pulp and Paper Company. Constructed init was both the largest plant and the biggest employer in the borough of Austin. The town's population swelled as lumbermen, mill workers and their families moved to the community for work.
Like all paper mills, the Bayless mill needed a continual supply of water to operate. After facing several water shortages, the company decided to construct a large concrete dam on Freeman Run in Although designed by a professional engineer, the company made cost-cutting modifications to the dam that contributed to a minor structural failure in January Repairs were made, but the events of the following year proved that the dam remained unsound.
September was a rainy month in Austin. The Bayless Company, seeing an opportunity to increase its water reserves, allowed the rains to fill the dam to its maximum capacity.
Coursing down Freeman Run, the water picked up debris and stacks of pulp wood, estimated to be as much ascords, from the Bayless lumber yard. These logs became deadly weapons as the water hit the town of Austin.
After the waters raged through Austin, they hit the nearby town of Costello. Seventy-eight people are known to have died. The dam disaster also took a tremendous toll on the survivors.
Although Bayless rebuilt the paper mill, the town never managed to recapture the vibrancy or prosperity that existed before the flood. Between andthe town lost half of its population. As support for Austin's residents poured in from across the state, people began to question who was to blame for the disaster.
Many felt that the Bayless company had been negligent, both in its construction of the dam and its failure to adequately repair the structural damage in The Austin flood disaster had lasting statewide effects.
Only the infamous Johnstown Flood of caused a greater loss of life in a dam failure. In its aftermath, many survivors and officials raised Pennsylvania's lack of regulations for the design, construction and inspection of dams as a contributing factor.
This pressure resulted in the Pennsylvania Water Supply Commission, the state agency responsible for dams, to press for comprehensive regulation of dams. Inthe state legislature passed a law granting the commission the power to regulate and inspect dams and hold hearings on their construction, and the power to enforce their duties with fines or imprisonment.Shop for permanent marker paper online at Target.
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