Flooding forced some residents living along Cimarron River to evacuate and leave their beloved homes.
One home was pulled off the river bank and into the raging Cimarron River on Wednesday. Authorities say parts of others are hanging over the riverbank and are threatened with collapsing.
This is heartbreaking to watch:
The dangerous scene has been unfolding along the Cimarron River near Crescent, about 34 miles north of Oklahoma City. One unoccupied home rolled off the river bank and into the Cimarron on Tuesday, and authorities said parts of others are hanging over the riverbank and are threatened with collapsing. More
— Ben Felder (@benfelder_okc) May 22, 2019
— Lacie Lowry (@LacieLowry) May 22, 2019
Hey everyone guess what!? More possible tornados and for sure flooding here. We’re on our 4th flood of the year. Once again most up north. Cimarron river is up over the bridge. El Reno’s roads and gone for the most part. Arkansas river is getting bad too.
— 🧙🏻♂️M E T R O Y D🤘🏼M Y K🐉 (@TheNerdViking) May 22, 2019
Homes, trees, structures being sucked into the Cimarron River live right now on @koconews.
Plus, our crews are out storm chasing… as much of Oklahoma is once again in a PDS (Particularly Dangerous Situation) Tornado Watch.
Tune in on air or online if you aren’t already.
— Evan Onstot (@KOCOEvan) May 22, 2019
That’s a home floating down the Cimarron River in Oklahoma. Tune to KOCO now pic.twitter.com/CZpqKN5H60
— Damon Lane (@KOCOdamonlane) May 22, 2019
1 DAY DIFFERENCE! Homes near the Cimarron River in the Twin Lakes Community (near Crescent) are in danger. We flew over the same home yesterday and today it is teetering on the edge. #okwx @NEWS9 pic.twitter.com/eOYyC1e4lm
— Amanda Taylor okc (@ConsumerGirl) May 22, 2019