After weeks of heavy rain and flooding, residents are now cleaning up their homes following mandatory evacuations.
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After having to evacuate this week due to potential flooding, many Wichita Falls residents are now back at home.
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Wichita Falls Mayor Glenn Barham says the evacuation area due to the increased risk for flooding has been expanded in the city and in Wichita County.
One couple that has lived through flooding before is once again seeking shelter away from their home.
Residents in Wichita Falls RV Park are not using any sandbags. Instead, they have been evacuating since Thursday morning, relocating RV's and their belongings.
Mandatory evacuations have already been ordered and power shut off to some areas to avoid possible fires if the flood waters come.
The North Texas Area United Way’s 2-1-1 service is now carrying flood information 24 hours a day.
Interactive map with the latest river, lake levels, and road conditions.
The Wichita River's current level is 17.1 feet.
On the south side of Iowa Park, the fertilizer plant also had to be evacuated as water flooded much of the facility.
Residents say they are being told to evacuate their homes in parts of Wichita Falls Wednesday following heavy rain overnight, on top of rains that fell in the last 10 days.
Representatives from the City of Wichita Falls are advising residents in the flood prone areas of the Tanglewood Neighborhood and the East Side of the City to prepare to evacuate due to flooding which is expected to begin early Thursday night.
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A resident who has lived through flooding before talks about all the recent rain.
Authorities are set to survey the damage left behind after tornadoes swept across the Southern Plains Wednesday, overturning cars and destroying dozens of homes near Oklahoma City.
Intense flooding caused an evacuated tourist bus to collapse into a sinkhole and get washed away by rapid floodwater.
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