The story of a fall in the Niagara Falls.
The falls are famous for being extremely popular.
In 2014, two people died when a train crashed into the falls.
The train was on a mission.
It was a rare feat in the world of railroad accidents.
On the night of October 31, 2016, a train made a right turn onto the tracks near the town of Wartburg, Ontario.
The tracks went through a steel structure.
The fall killed two people, injured seven others, and damaged more than 50 homes.
The accident was the worst in U.S. history.
A year later, the city of Hamilton, Ontario, was still mourning.
The next day, an earthquake shook the town.
Hamilton’s mayor declared a state of emergency and ordered a major construction project to help rebuild the town’s damaged roads and bridges.
The city was still reeling from the death of its first mayor, Jim Prentice, and the massive earthquake that occurred just a few hours after the accident.
It had a population of more than 12,000.
The project was so massive that it took six months for the government to pay for it.
On that day, the National Parks Service was still waiting for the results of an earthquake survey, and for the construction of a new dam to be approved.
The damage was estimated to be more than $1 billion.
The disaster was not the only one that affected the region in the coming years.
A large earthquake in 1882 caused an explosion and the deaths of more people.
A dam failure in 1918 killed more than 3,000 people.
The worst of all was the 1929 Great Depression, when an unprecedented drought caused widespread crop failures, food shortages, and even starvation.
But the damage to the Niagara River was a harbinger of the worst that was to come.
The Falls were built for tourists, but in the early 1900s, the population was growing so rapidly that the water supply was running low.
The dam was designed to keep the river flowing.
The design was flawed.
As the city grew, the water pressure increased and the city was unable to maintain a steady supply of water.
To make matters worse, the lake level in the river began to rise.
It eventually reached a record high in 1921.
The water level continued to rise, and eventually reached nearly two feet above the historical average.
By the end of the century, the river was no longer able to supply water to the city, and it had to be diverted to the lake.
In 1925, the Niagara Gorge was opened for recreational and commercial use.
The first Niagara Falls was built in 1936.
It took a decade to build a second one, but it was completed in 1962.
In 1962, the town was hit by another major earthquake.
The resulting flood destroyed more than 1,500 homes.
Some people died.
The rest of the residents were left homeless.
For the next several years, the Falls continued to be a popular tourist attraction, but eventually the tourist industry was forced to close due to the economic downturn.
By 1975, the tourist economy had left the town and was eventually replaced by a booming real estate industry.
Today, the park is still a popular destination, but the population is slowly growing again.
People still come from all over to see the Falls, but now it is mostly a smaller group of people.
For many of those visitors, the fall is not just a thrill, but also a source of inspiration.
“It is really just an incredible story, just like Niagara Falls itself,” said Bill Stelter, a longtime Niagara Falls resident who lives in Niagara Falls, New York.
“They have a wonderful sense of adventure, and I think a lot of people take it for granted, but I think they’ve always had a sense of awe.”
Stelters wife, Linda, was born and raised in Niagara, New Yorks.
She was a small-town girl when her family moved to Hamilton, Ont.
She attended a local school and went on to become a successful real estate agent and a member of the Hamilton International Film Festival.
Her daughter, Christina, is a film director who also attended a Hamilton school and later directed the award-winning documentary The Falls.
Christina has worked on several documentaries about Niagara Falls and her work has been featured in publications as varied as Esquire, GQ, the New York Times, and Vanity Fair.
Christina and her family now live in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Stelzer was born in Hamilton and has lived there since he was 5.
He was a member for the past 15 years of the Niagara City Council, which is a city-wide elected body.
He has held office since 1999.
“I think Niagara Falls has a lot to offer and that is the kind of place it was when I was a kid,” he said.
“This place is a real wonder of the world.”
St. Clair said he hopes that Niagara Falls will be remembered for its beauty and for its people.
“The water, of course, is the greatest beauty,” he added