Aerials from Chopper 4 show flooding, damage, and destruction
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.
More video of the damage at the Will Rogers World Airport from Bob Moore Chooper 4.
The Oklahoma River was overwhelmed with water as Chopper 4 shows from these aerial shots.
Video of area flooding captured from the air in Bob Moore Chopper 4.
Many areas of OKC and the metro were underwater as seen in this short video from Chopper 4.
The heavy rains washed out many roads causing many to have to be closed.
Parked vehicles were caught out in the heavy rains and floods that ensued.
Area creeks were at capacity trying to displace the heavy rains from May 31st and early June 1st.
The tornadoes and high winds damaged many area businesses as evident from these Chopper 4 aerials.
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.
This short video of damage of a home shows just how destructive these storms can be.