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Flooding erodes North Canadian River shoreline in Choctaw, swallowing barns and threatening two houses on the river's edge

Published: June 6, 2013

Gary Buford watched helplessly this week as the raging North Canadian River inched closer and closer to his home, eating the shoreline a few yards at a time while taking trees and buildings with it.

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