Governor Mary Fallin Surveys Purcell Storm Damage
PURCELL, Oklahoma - Severe storms are causing a mess across our state.
On Tuesday, seven inches of rain came down in northern Logan County, flooding a baseball field just east of Highway 77 in Mulhall, Oklahoma.
This really is the most significant water damage we have seen overnight. Even the roads which are prone to flooding are all open to traffic in Mulhall, the town of Orlando, and the city of Marshall.
The area of our state getting the governor's attention will be Purcell. At 9 a.m., Governor Mary Fallin and other emergency management and local officials toured the area by helicopter to assess the damage from all the flooding.
The Governor will also head over to Lake Texoma to survey the damage there.