Gov. Stitt, Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum evaluate dangerous flooding risk

Credit: KJRH | Tulsa | Channel 2
Published on May 22, 2019 - Duration: 01:23s

Gov. Stitt, Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum evaluate dangerous flooding risk

Tulsa's mayor G.T.

Bynum and Gov.

Kevin Stitt took an aerial tour Wednesday morning of storm damage in the state as they determine what the next risk could be.

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Gov. Stitt, Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum evaluate dangerous flooding risk

AND MAYOR ARE CREATING APLAN AS THEY FEAR THIS COULDGET MUCHWORSE.TO ADAPT TO RISING WATERSOVERNIGHT, THE KEYSTONE DAMIS NOW RELEASING 165THOUSAND CUBIC FEET OF WATERPER SECOND INTO THE RIVER.WE'RE TOLD THAT WILL LIKELYGO UP TO 215 THOUSAND.

THEMAYOR AND GOVERNOR WILL MEETWITH THE ARMY CORPS OFENGINEERS THIS AFTERNOON TOGET UPDATED NUMBERS... ANDDETERMINE WHERE THIS COULDGO UP INTO BANKS AND HOMES.THEY WANT TO GET THE WORDOUT SO PEOPLE CAN EVACUATEAS NEEDED.

BUT WHEN IT COMESTO 215 THOUSAND CUBIC FEETOF WATER... MAYOR BYNUM SAYSTHAT'S A NUMBER HE DIDN'TWANT TO HEAR.SOT: G.T.

Bynum, Mayor ofTulsa <20:18:37 - 20:18:51

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