CHOCTAW, Oklahoma –
Flooding has led to erosion along the Canadian River in northeast Choctaw near the Canadian River, and threatened structures sitting precariously on the river’s edge.
A family living at 3800 N. Triple X Road is voluntarily evacuating from their property after the erosion swallowed one outbuilding. The edge of the river is now creeping closer to the family’s house.
- River inches closer to Choctaw home (kfor.com)
- Swollen North Canadian River claiming Choctaw barn, home in danger (kfor.com)
- Choctaw family concerned Canadian River could wash away home (koco.com)
- Flooding erodes North Canadian River shoreline in Choctaw, swallowing barns and threatening two houses on the river’s edge(newsok.com)