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It was in 2009 that Yorkshire Water was told Butterley needed attention and that a breach of the dam could result in "catastrophic damage and potential loss of life downstream.
The five major international aviation organizations signed a new cybersecurity agreement late last week formalizing their common front against the hackers, hacktivists , cyber criminals and terrorists now focused on malicious intent ranging from the theft of information and general disruption to potential loss of life.
The Environment Agency has more than 40 severe flood alerts - meaning a potential loss of life - and a further 125 flood alerts, meaning people should be prepared for flooding, in place across the UK.
Speaking about the decision to return to base camp Martin said: "There comes a point when one has to swallow a little pride and deal with a short-term setback in order to prevent what one feels would be certain serious injury and potential loss of life.
It is because of your actions that we were able to avert further damage and the potential loss of life," said Villaraigosa.
The potential loss of life, if the plot had succeeded, was 375 people.
The Coast Guard has also identified the potential consequences of an attack, which would include potential loss of life and economic effects.
It is a reckless act not just in doing damage but also the potential loss of life.