Albany- There's so much water flowing into the Georgia Power dam that the access road leading to it is submerged under several feet of water.
All 16 gates have been open since Sunday, and generators have also been turned off. Officials say it's routine to shut down generators when water levels are high.
They say it should not affect any customers and Georgia Power will pick up any power lost from another source.
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