Governor Fallin puts all of Oklahoma under state of emergency

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OKLAHOMA — President Obama signed the declaration for Cleveland, Grady, and Oklahoma counties.

In light of the continued storm and flooding damage, Governor Mary Fallin amended the executive order.

Fallin has now declared a state of emergency for 77 counties… that’s the entire state of Oklahoma.

“I appreciate FEMA for quickly coming to the aid of Oklahomans in these three counties,” said Fallin. “As damage assessments continue, my hope is that the federal government recognizes the considerable losses many families and businesses in other areas of the state have suffered as well.”

Click here to apply for disaster assistance, or call 1-800-621-3362 (FEMA).


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