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Arkansas River rising after Keystone release

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Arkansas River rising after Keystone release

It but you have to beconcerned because that's alot of water."PEOPLE ACROSS GREEN COUNTRY- FLOCKING TO SEE WHAT HASBECOMESOMEWHAT OF A SPECTACLE -WATER RUSHING THROUGH THEARKANSAS RIVER.

AFTER AMASSIVE AMOUNT OF WATER ISRELEASED FROM OKLAHOMA DAMS.TWO WORKS FOR YOU'S LAURENECALLANDER IS LIVE AT THEGATHERING PLACE WHERE YOU'RESEEING THE EFFECT OF THISAFTERNOON'S ADDED RELEASEFROM THE KEYSTONE DAM.KAREN YOU CAN SEE WHY PEOPLEARE SO DRAWN TO THIS VIEW.HIGH WAVES..

RUSHING WATER.SOMETHING MANY RESIDENTSSAY... THEY'VE NEVER SEENBEFORE.NATS WAVES CRASHING GARYBUSCOMBE - VISITING KEYSTONEDAM it's really impressive,it looks like the rapids,it's just amazingPHOTO OPPS FOR FAMILIES.

AFEEDING FRENZY FORFISHERMEN.

MANY TAKINGADVANTAGE OF A RARE SIGHTIN GREEN COUNTRY.

JOHNBIRDSELL - TRAVELED FROMEDMOND TO KEYSTONE DAM heardabout all the water goingover the top of the dam allover the news, so came tolook at it, doesn't happenvery often .

100-THOUSANDCUBIC FEET OF WATER PERSECOND RUSHING THROUGH THEKEYSTONEDAM.

AN AMOUNT IT HASN'TRELEASED SINCE 1998.WITH93-THOUSAND.

LAURA LORRIN -VISITING KEYSTONE DAM it'sjust incredible to see thisdam, and it's amazing i'venever seen it like this andI've lived here for yearsMANY LAKESIDE RESTAURANTSARE FEELING THE IMPACT FROMTHE FLOODING.

LAURA LORRIN -VISITING KEYSTONE DAM wewere going to go out to eatat the restaurant and itwas completely floodedOTHERS ARE DOING WHAT THEYCAN TO KEEP THEIR BUSINESSOPEN.

MISTY THARP - GENERALMANAGER HARBOR GRILL theramp has water on it, buttravis has a pontoon boatand we're shuttling peoplefrom the parking area overto the restaurant OFFICIALSWITH THE TULSA DISTRICT OFTHE ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERSSAY MANY OFTHEIR CAMPGROUNDS ARE UNDERWATER.

SO THOSE LOOKING FORSPOTS FOR MEMORIALDAY WEEKEND SHOULD PREPARETO SEARCH FOR DIFFERENTOPTIONS.

GARY BUSCOMBE -VISITING KEYSTONE DAM theyclosed the walking traildown to it because theshoreline is all under waterwith the trees WHILERESIDENTS ADMIRE THE RUSHINGWATERS WITH CAUTION..OFFICIALS SAY THE DAMS AREDOING EXACTLY WHAT THEY'RESUPPOSED TO DO.AND PEOPLE SHOULDN'T PANIC.OFFICIALS URGE THOSE ON ORNEAR THE LAKES TO BECAUTIOUS OF THEDEBRIS IN THE WATER..

ANDDON'T GO NEAR ANY FLOODEDAREAS.

IN TULSA LAURENECALLANDER TWO WORKS FOR YOU."NOW... YOUR 2 WORKS FOR YOUFIRST FORECAST..

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