Neighbors take stock of storm damage in Mannford

Credit: KJRH | Tulsa | Channel 2
Published on June 24, 2019 - Duration: 01:26s
Neighbors take stock of storm damage in Mannford
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Neighbors take stock of storm damage in Mannford

HAPPENED IN LESS THAN AMINUTE.

NOW THERE'S DEBRISACROSS THE CITY... FROMLOCAL BUSINESSES TO THE HIGHSCHOOL.Roger Daniel, lives atRolling Oaks Mobile HomeVillage"A lot of damage to it.

Thenthere's the childcare centerwhere the roof blew off.Thank goodness it's a Sundaythere was no kids therebecause it could have been alot worse than what it isright now."TREES CAME DOWN IN A MATTEROF SECONDS... AND MOBILEHOMEOWNERS SAY THEY WEREABLE TO GO INTO HIDING WITHJUST MOMENTS TO SPARE."I hollered at my son backin his room and I said "cometo the closet right now,there's something going on."I didn't even know that myneighbors here... a tree hadfallen on top of theirtrailer until I came outsideand I looked." AS THISTRAILER PARK FINDS A NEWNORMAL..."Tossing branches"RESTAURANTS DOWN THE ROADARE WORKING TO RE-OPEN.Sunshine Marshall, TheHungry Farmer's Kitchenwaitress"Out of the blue in abouttwo seconds it was likehurricane winds.

We sawstuff start to blow acrossthe parking lot.

The treeswere bending over.

It wasjust crazy winds, I've neverseen anything like itbefore.

Lived here my wholelife." SUNSHINE MARSHALLSAYS SHE WAS SERVINGCUSTOMERS NEAR THE FRONTWHEN THE STORM BEGAN TO MOVECLOSER."As soon as we saw the windsblowing I was like "get awayfrom the windows" and wemoved back and it was overthat fast.

We didn't evenknow the roof blew off untilwe went outside." THIS COMESIN THE WAKE OF CONTINUEDFLOODING ACROSS THE CITY.BUT NEIGHBORS TELL USTHEY'RE ALWAYS PREPARED...AND THEY'LL KEEPING WORKINGTOGETHER IN THE DAYS AHEAD."Dragging stump" REPORTINGIN MANNFORD, MEGAN ALLISON,2 WORKS FOR YOU.

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