Cherokees deal with May tornadoes, flooding

BY STAFF REPORTS
06/07/2019 09:00 AM
Video with default Cherokee Phoenix Frame
TAHLEQUAH – Cherokee Nation citizens, along with other northeast Oklahoma residents, dealt with ultiple tornadoes and historic flooding during in May. Residents of Peggs, Jay, Rose, Leach and other towns and communities suffered from tornadoes while Webber Falls, Muskogee and Fort Gibson endured massive flooding.

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