Storms brought flooding rains and powerful winds that snapped power poles, downing lines in Oklahoma City Friday. According to OGE Energy, as of Friday afternoon, over 13,000 were without power in the Oklahoma City area.
Latest power updates available from OGE.
According to officials 10 power poles broke and impended traffic in areas.
TAC 4: Avoid N. May Ave. btn. 63rd and Wilshire. This will be an extended operation. No injuries. pic.twitter.com/fGdZAUU66b
— Oklahoma City Fire (@OKCFD) April 21, 2017
Water has made its way into the Oklahoma State Capital.
Well…then this happened.
Posted by Seth Rott on Friday, April 21, 2017
Remember . . . Turn Around, Don’t Drown
— Oklahoma Co. Sheriff (@OkCountySheriff) April 21, 2017
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