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Neighbors helping one another amid Oklahoma flooding

CBS News Wednesday, 22 May 2019
Severe storms in the middle of the country are now blamed for two deaths. Flooding is the biggest danger, with many areas under water in Missouri, Oklahoma and Kansas. In Skiatook, Oklahoma, a local creek is at more than double its flood stage. David Begnaud reports.
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News video: Devastating flooding continues to ravage Oklahoma, USA

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As storms continue to ravage the midwest of the USA, Stillwater Oklahoma suffered significant flooding on May 22.

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