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Residents Begin Clean-Up After Arkansas River Flooding

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Residents Begin Clean-Up After Arkansas River Flooding

Residents Begin Clean-Up After Arkansas River Flooding

Mayflower resident Lynne Pawlak was among locals to begin the clean-up process on June 11, after her home was swamped by record flooding from the nearby Arkansas River.

The Arkansas River reached record highs in June, causing levee breaches in Arkansas and Oklahoma, according to reports.

Credit: Lynne Pawlak via Storyful

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