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Residents asked to report storm, flooding damage to Emergency Management

Posted at 9:17 AM, May 24, 2019
and last updated 2019-05-24 10:18:06-04

TULSA — Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management continues to ask residents impacted by the recent storms and flooding to report damages to their property at or by calling 211. Reporting damage helps local and state emergency managers better coordinate response and recovery efforts. Residents can report damage to homes, businesses or agriculture through the online survey.

Below are some of the reports of damage around the area, as of Thursday evening:

Delaware County Emergency Management reports property damage and downed power lines in the Jay area after a tornado was reported Wednesday night.

Lincoln County Emergency Management reports several county roads have been damaged by flooding. Damage assessments are ongoing.

Muskogee County Emergency Management reports a mandatory evacuation order is still in place for Webbers Falls. Parts of Ft. Gibson remain under a voluntary evacuation order.

Pottawatomie Emergency Management reports a portion of railway is now underwater.

Stillwater Emergency Management reports that they will begin damage assessments tomorrow for impacted homes.

Tuttle Emergency Management reports a bridge and a road closed.

Wagoner County Emergency Management reports voluntary and self-evacuations in the town of Coweta due to flooding.

Woods County Emergency Management reports a damaged bridge near Capron.

Tulsa Area Emergency Management Agency latest updates are available at[].