Aerials from Chopper 4 show flooding, damage, and destruction

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Tornadoes, high winds and heavy rains swept across the metro area May 31st and into the early morning hours of June 1st. Chopper 4 captured much of this damage from the air including buildings at the airport. Here is a group of short unedited videos of the storm’s aftermath.

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More video of the damage at the Will Rogers World Airport from Bob Moore Chooper 4.
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The Oklahoma River was overwhelmed with water as Chopper 4 shows from these aerial shots.
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Video of area flooding captured from the air in Bob Moore Chopper 4.
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Many areas of OKC and the metro were underwater as seen in this short video from Chopper 4.
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The heavy rains washed out many roads causing many to have to be closed.
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Parked vehicles were caught out in the heavy rains and floods that ensued.
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Area creeks were at capacity trying to displace the heavy rains from May 31st and early June 1st.
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The tornadoes and high winds damaged many area businesses as evident from these Chopper 4 aerials.
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Many residences were damaged from either tornadoes or high straight line winds. No better vantage point to see this damage than from Bob Moore Chopper 4.
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This short video of damage of a home shows just how destructive these storms can be.
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