By Eagle Newswire




Flash floods again hit Tulsa on Thursday, June 6th. A heavy downpour fell, 4 inches of rain in 3 hours, causing storm drains and creeks to overflow onto streets including 36th Street North and Hartford.

Forecasted rains disrupted daily routines and drivers were stuck in stalled cars and rushing waters.  Pastor Tim Newton of Tulsa Dream Center had vans in need of towing.

The Tulsa Dream Center located 200 W. 46th St. N., is providing food and resources for persons affected by the storms. Pastor Newton stated, “It is bad, the water flooded intersections, stopping all traffic.”  Barbershops and beauty shops along 46th St. N. also flooded.

Weather weary Oklahomans, for a month, have endured treacherous tornadoes, storms and floods resulting in loss of life, homes and businesses.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) reports Oklahoma has been declared a federal disaster area and assistance has been made available to the state of Oklahoma to supplement state, tribal and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms, straight-line winds, tornadoes and flooding beginning on May 7, 2019, and continuing.

The Keystone Lake water level has fallen 4 feet and is improving from its historic level of 34 feet above normal. Cleanup and repair efforts are on-going.

City of Tulsa where are the sandbags for Tulsa north and why are you unaware of the all bad sewage systems in and around Tulsa?