Evacuation of Oklahoma town requested by emergency management officials due to flooding risk 

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WEBBERS FALLS, Okla. – Emergency management officials in eastern Oklahoma have requested complete evacuation of one town.

According to officials in Webbers Falls, the flood is going to be worse than anticipated.

Muskogee County Emergency Management has requested complete evacuation for the town.

Town officials say they will post locations of shelters as they receive information.

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