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FORT GIBSON — The Federal Emergency Management Agency has arrived in Fort Gibson and Webbers Falls to provide assistance to those who have lost homes or property to near-record Arkansas River flooding. The organization was called in following a disaster declaration from Governor Kevin Stitt for Muskogee, Wagoner and Tulsa counties.

Alice Fink arrived at the Haileyville Civic Center on Tuesday ready to learn if she is qualified for federal disaster assistance in connection with the tornado that destroyed her home last month.

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Several homes in Payne County received water damage during the May 21 flooding. 

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