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Tulsa police tell mobile home park residents to evacuate

Credit: KJRH | Tulsa | Channel 2
Published on May 23, 2019 - Duration: 01:05s

Tulsa police tell mobile home park residents to evacuate

Tulsa police are driving around the Cherry Hill mobile home park at West 41st street and Elwood, alerting residents to evacuate.

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Tulsa police tell mobile home park residents to evacuate

RECOMMENDING TO EVACUATEOVER THE LOUD SPEAKER.SAYING THIS IS A SERIOUSSITUATION..AND IF YOU DO NOT LEAVE.EMERGENCY PERSONNEL MAY NOTBE ABLE TO GAIN ACCESS TOHELP IF IT FLOODS.FOR THE MOST PART.THEY'RELISTENING.

WE'VE SEEN DOZENSOF PEOPLE PACKING UP.HAULING THEIR CAMPERS OUT OFTHE PARK THAT SITS ALONG THEARKANSAS RIVER.

AND CHERRYCREEK RUNNING RIGHT BESIDETHE PROPERTY.Shelley Cherry - evacuatingcherry hill park cherrycreek is rising to the pointthat it's going to floodeverything, so we're gettingout of here and we hate it,because it's a great littleplace but we areIF YOU HAVE TO LEAVE YOURHOME..

TULSA RED CROSSOPENED UP ANEVACUATION SHELTER ATCROSSTOWN CHURCH OF CHRIST.AND PLANNING TO OPEN MORE.RESIDENTS TELL ME THE SILVERLINING IS WHEN DISASTER OREMERGENCIES STRIKE.

THECOMMUNITY COMES TOGETHER.AND THAT'S WHAT'S HAPPENINGHERE.

KAREN.EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT INTULSA HAS BEEN SOUNDING

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