Hell Breaks Loose in Oklahoma: Behind the Scenes of Flooding Disaster

Claremore’s Kaleb Summers has been actively involved in the relief and rescue efforts in our area. He created a short film to let others know what’s really happening.

Kaleb said, “To all those affected, stay resilient and hold your faith for you’re not alone. To all those who helped, whether by organizing social media rescue groups, donating feed and shelter, opening land for sheltering livestock, police and fire rescue, boatmen and deck hands, Cowboys and all others who are playing a part in piecing all of this back together; hats off to each of you. Thank you all for setting the bar so high.”

See below to find out how you can donate to local flood relief.


Donate Now to the American Red Cross

Text DISASTER to 243725 to make a donation to the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma today. A one-time donation can be made to your credit card. User must be age 18 or older or have parental permission to participate. Donations are collected for the benefit of the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma by the OneCause platform.

Text RedCross to 90999 to donate $10 to the American Red Cross.

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