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Tillman Co. recovering from heavy rains, flooding

Deep Red Creek (Source KSWO) Deep Red Creek (Source KSWO)
Car stuck in field after flood waters pushed it off Highway 183 (Source KSWO) Car stuck in field after flood waters pushed it off Highway 183 (Source KSWO)
Waters rushing under Faxon Bridge (Source KSWO) Waters rushing under Faxon Bridge (Source KSWO)

TILLMAN COUNTY, OK (KSWO) - Out in Tillman County, reports of 8 inches of rain came from Frederick. North of Davidson and south of Frederick on Highway 183 is where cars were lifted and moved off the roadways into a field.

Tillman County Emergency Management says they have not had any injuries reported as a result of the flooding, and they say all roads in Tillman County are open.

East of Frederick on Highway 5, Deep Red Creek is almost all the way up to the bridge, almost spilling over. Emergency management officials say there was water in the roadways in that area, but has since gone down.

Out by Faxon on the Faxon Bridge, West Cache Creek has water rushing under the bridge.

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