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Severe Weather Activates Oklahoma Emergency Management

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A News 9 viewer shared this photo near Maysville, Saturday. A News 9 viewer shared this photo near Maysville, Saturday.
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Due to ongoing severe weather and flooding, the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management (OEM) is activated.

No injuries or fatalities have been reported as a result of Saturday's storms.

Beckham County Emergency Management reported Elk City fire and police conducted water rescues in city neighborhoods due to flooding earlier today. Two mobile home parks were affected by over five inches of rain and flash flooding. Roads and bridges were under water. Again, no injuries were reported.

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Custer County Emergency Management reported the Washita River was out of its banks.

Del City Emergency Management reported street flooding on Sunnylane from Reno to N.E. 4th Street.

Logan County Emergency Management reported the intersection at Seward Road and Western Avenue was flooded up to two feet.

McClain County Emergency Management reported tornado-caused damage to 10 homes before lifting. No injuries were reported.

Norman Emergency Management reports many roads are flooded. Residents are urged to stay off the roads.

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Pontotoc County Emergency Management reports no damage has been found from two reported tornadoes near Ada.


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