Heavy storms roll through Chickasha bringing flooding, damage in some areas

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CHICKASHA, Okla. – Thunderstorms rolled across the state Tuesday bringing high winds, heavy rainfall and flooding.

Areas in and near Chickasha got the brunt of the storm.

Chickasha flooding

As the storm came through, there were numerous reports of wind damage.

At the airport, winds were measured at 60 miles per hour.

Power poles were reported down in some areas.

Near Chickasha

The roof was blown off of CG’s ‘GitNSplit’ on OK19, just south of Chickasha.

Roof blown off CG’s “GitNSplit” on OK19, S of Chickasha

Heavy rainfall brought flooding, causing problems for drivers traveling through.

Data pix.

Officials always urge drivers to stay away from driving in high waters.

Flooding in Chickasha

Two vehicles were also tangled in power lines near Country Club and Sooner on the southeast side of Chickasha.

Crews worked to get the power poles and lines off of the vehicles.

Thankfully, there have been no reports of any injuries.

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