Residents in Logan County being evacuated for flooding concerns

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CRESCENT, Okla. – Authorities in Logan County are evacuating residents because of the rising water levels of the Cimarron River.

Greg Valencia, with the Logan County Sheriff’s Office, says a few homes have already been damaged by the flood waters, but others are at risk if the area sees more rain.

Valencia says the homes that are affected are on the north side of the river near the bridge on Hwy 74, in the Twin Lakes area.

However, officials did not have a specific number of families who were affected.

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