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OKC metro firefighters sent to Tulsa to help with flood emergencies

The 16-member Swift Water Rescue Team is being briefed on the Keystone water release. [Photo provided by the Oklahoma City Fire Department]
The 16-member Swift Water Rescue Team is being briefed on the Keystone water release. [Photo provided by the Oklahoma City Fire Department]

TULSA — Firefighters and police officers from around the Oklahoma City metro were dispatched to Tulsa County Thursday morning to assist with flood emergencies in the area.

A 16-member Swift Water Rescue Team and a Helicopter Search and Rescue Team were dispatched to the area following severe flooding conditions.

The teams are made up of firefighters from Oklahoma City, Edmond, Norman, Yukon, Bethany and Mustang. Oklahoma City police officers and an Information Technology Specialist, also of Oklahoma City, are also part of the relief efforts.

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The 16-member Swift Water Rescue Team is being briefed on the Keystone water release. [Photo provided by the Oklahoma City Fire Department]

The 16-member Swift Water Rescue Team is being briefed on the Keystone water release. [Photo provided by the Oklahoma City Fire Department]

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