Photo Courtesy of David Ewoldt, www.okweatherwatch.com
As Oklahoma dries out before more rain is expected next week, it’s important to assess your infrastructure for floodwater damage.
On May 24, Gov. Stitt placed all counties under a state of emergency because of flooding, severe storms, tornadoes and winds that started in April. Six people have died so far across the state because of the severe weather.
According to the Oklahoma...