Evacuation of Entire Oklahoma Town Requested by Government Officials

The entire town of Webbers Falls, Oklahoma, has been told to evacuate due to an extreme flooding risk.

The town in the eastern portion of the state is expected to experience extreme flooding, higher than predicted levels. As such, Muskogee County Emergency Management has requested complete evacuation for the town.

Emergency shelters are being planned, but their final location has not been determined.

Source: Evacuation of Oklahoma town requested by emergency management officials due to flooding risk  | KFOR.com

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