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Officials begin touring damaged areas

(Sapulpa-AP) -- Oklahomans continued their cleanup today after weekend flooding soaked their homes.

More than 400 homes in northeastern Oklahoma were damaged by the flooding.

Assessment teams from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and other agencies toured the damage today.

Creek County was hit especially hard by the high water.

And only ten percent of the homes damaged by flood waters had insurance.

The flooding also resulted in one death. A woman was killed Saturday in south Tulsa when her car became trapped in rushing water.
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