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Here is the latest flood status update from the Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Tulsa District Flood Status Update
5/31/2015 4:53:00 PM
Here is the latest flood status update for the district
Tulsa District Flood Status Update May 27
5/27/2015 5:51:00 PM
The fishing area on the north side of Eufaula Dam will close to public traffic, May 23 at 9 p.m. due to high water.
Eufaula Dam north fishing area to close
5/23/2015 2:46:00 PM
Col. Richard A. Pratt, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District, commander (center), Mike Abate, with the District's Civil Works Branch (far left) and members of the Eufaula Lake Dam operations and maintenance team, obverse water spiraling down through one of the dam's Tainter gates, as the amount of water being released through the gates was increased from 48,000 to 62,000 cubic feet per second, May 18, 2015.
Corps fights flooding in Oklahoma, Texas
5/22/2015 11:10:00 AM
Water being released from the Lake Eufaula Dam, May 18, 2015, at a rate of approximately 62,000 cubic feet per second. The flood control area behind the dam is normally kept empty. Currently, flood waters at the Lake Eufaula Dam, in Oklahoma are at 116 percent of capacity and operating over the flood pool into the surcharge pool.
Corps fights flooding in Oklahoma, Texas
5/22/2015 10:58:00 AM
Debris moving along the flooded Verdigris River, May 16, 2015, near Independence, Kan. The Verdigris River is an Arkansas River tributary, which flows through southeastern Kansas and northeastern Oklahoma. When flooding is imminent and as it occurs, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District, provides flood fight assistance, ranging from providing sandbags and technical assistance to temporary levee construction, as requested by local authorities.
Corps fights flooding in Oklahoma, Texas
5/22/2015 10:55:00 AM
Aerial view of water being released from the Lake Eufaula Dam, May 13, 2015, at a rate of approximately 48,000 cubic feet per second. The flood control area behind the dam is normally kept empty. Currently, flood waters at the Lake Eufaula Dam, in Oklahoma are at 116 percent of capacity and operating over the flood pool into the surcharge pool.
Corps fights flooding in Oklahoma, Texas
5/22/2015 10:40:00 AM
A Corps of Engineers maintenance worker uses an arc welder to weld new stainless steel piping at Chouteau Lock and Dam 17. Workers replaced more than 1700 feet of carbon steel piping with stainless steel pipe. Stainless steel is stronger and corrosion resistant.
Corps maintenance crews improve McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System
5/22/2015 9:47:00 AM
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