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Since 2012, 83 lives have been lost due to drowning at Tulsa District reservoirs or recreation areas. None of the 14 drowning victims in 2017 were wearing life jackets. 

So far in 2018, five deaths by drowning have occurred in Tulsa District Reservoirs.
Corps seeks to reduce water-related fatalities during 2018 recreation season
5/24/2018 10:56:00 AM
Summer is ending, but you don’t have to let the fun end this Labor Day weekend. Wear a life jacket to help ensure you return home alive and encourage your friends to wear one as well.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers shares water safety tips for Labor Day holiday
9/4/2015 3:06:00 PM
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is encouraging visitors to take care during the Fourth of July holiday. Recreation sites opened at Keystone Lake, Lake Tenkiller, Lake Eufaula, Fort Gibson Lake, Birch Lake and Oologah Lake.
Army Corps: Recreation sites reopening, take care around water
7/1/2015 4:01:00 PM
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
Wearing a properly fitting, U.S. Coast Guard certified life jacket or personal flotation device is the single most important thing you can do to prevent drowning while recreating in or around the water.
Enjoy America's Waterways, Play It Safe and Return Home Alive
5/13/2015 2:35:00 PM
This photo of John Redmond Reservoir was taken January 14 and shows the ice pileups along the shoreline of the lake. The Kansas Area Office is asking visitors to Corps lakes to be aware of the cold water and dress for the water temperature instead of the air temperature.
Warmer weather doesn't mean warm water
1/16/2015 5:48:00 PM
Jake Ellison is a Natural Resource Specialist at the Lake Eufaula Project Office. He joined the Corps of Engineers through the Student Career Education Program five years ago.
Employee Spotlight: Jake Ellison
1/5/2015 3:04:00 PM
Eugene Goff, manager, Kansas Area Office of the Tulsa District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, points out the available prizes after a little zombie correctly answers a water safety question during the annual Caney Zombie Walk in Caney, Kansas, Oct. 18.
10/21/2014 1:01:00 PM
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