Fallin extends state of emergency

Posted at 4:18 PM, Dec 28, 2015

Governor Mary Fallin extended a state of emergency for Oklahoma due to flooding, Monday.

This winter storm has left nearly 200,000 homes remaining without power. All 77 counties have been affected. 

Fallin's executive order, which was originally declared on November 29, is extended for 30 days. 

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