NO STUDENTS WERE HURT. SHE IS LANGUAGE OTHER ARTS TOEFPER AT THE SCHOOL. SHE IS NOW HELD IN JAIL ON $5,000 BAIL. TONIGHT, A — TEACHER AT THE SCHOOL. SHE IS NOW HELD IN JAIL ON $5,000 BAIL. TONIGHT, A RISK OF FROM AA DAMAGED SPILL WAY. VOLUNTARY EVACUATION ORDERS WERE LIFTED IN THE BUTTE COUNTY AREA. NOW, WE ARE LIVE IN OROVILLE TONIGHT WITH MORE ON THE REPORT AND WHAT LOCAL EXPERTS HAD TO SAY, DREW? Reporter: WE ALL KNEW IT WAS GOING TO BE A LONG AND DIFFICULT PROCESS IN ORDER TO FIX THE SPILL WAY OR BUILD A BRAND-NEW ONE. NOW WE ARE LEARNING THAT THE EXPETERS ARE WARNING THAT THIS PROCESS NEEDS TO SPEEDUP AND GET DONE BEFORE THE FALL. — EXPECTS ARE WARNING THAT THIS PROCESS NEEDS TO SPEEDUP AND GET DONE BEFORE THE FALL. Reporter: THE SPILL WAY CONCRETE IS EATING AWAY. A TEAM OF CONSULTANTS RELEASED THE REPORT TALKING ABOUT THE THE NEED OF THE FIX AND THE TIGHT SCHEDULE. WHATEVER THEY ARE GOING TO DO THEY HAVE TO DESIGN IT FAST. Reporter: A FLOOD CONTROL EXPETER IN SACRAMENTO. HE WAS NOT SURPRISED BY THE BY THE REPORT. THEY HAVE A TOUGH JOB TO GET THAT SPILL WAY RECONSTRUCTED IN THREE TOW FOUR MONTHS. Reporter: THE AUTHORS OF THE REPORT WROTE THAT A FIX NEEDS TO BE IN PLACE BY NOVEMBER 1st OR FACE A RISK. ALTHOUGH THEY DID NOT EXPLAIN WHAT THAT RISK ENTAILED. THE ENGINEERS WILL LIKELY EXPLORE ALL OPTIONS. RECONSTRUCT A HILLSIDE OR POTENTIALLY MOVE A SPILL WAY INTO A PART OF THE HILLSIDE THAT HAS NOT BEEN TOTALLY ERODED AWAY. ANY PLANS THAT STORK SAYS WILL BE AN UNDERTAKING. THEY WILL BE NEEDING TO USE THAT MAIN SPILL WAY BECAUSE THERE IS A BUNCH OF SNOW UP THERE. Reporter: THEY RELEASED A STATEMENT TODAY. READING IN PART THEY WANT A FULL FLEE FUNCTIONAL SPILL WAY IN THE FALL. RECOVER EFFORTS AND WORKING AROUND THE CLOCK THROUGH SPRING, SUMMER AND FALL TO MAKE THAT HAPPEN. THE SPILL WAY AND STATE OFFICIALS UNDER PRESSURE. A FIX NEEDED WITH TIME TICKING AWAY. Reporter: THE DAM ITSELF IS CONSIDERED TO BE IN GOOD SHAPE. THE EXPERTS WARN THAT IT IS ABSOLUTELY CRITICAL THAT THE EMERGENCY SPILL WAY IS NOT USED AGAIN AND IF YOU RECALL IT WAS BACK IN FEBRUARY THAT WATER WENT OVER THE SPILLWAY FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE DAM’S 50 YEAR HISTORY. THERE IS NO QUESTION THERE. A LOT OF WORK THAT NEEDS TO BE DONE THERE. INDEED. ALL RIGHT, THANK YOU, DREW, FOR THAT. AS OF 8:00 THIS EVENING WITH THE SPILL WAY IN USE, THE LAKES HAS DROPPED TO OVER 847 FEET.