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Oklahoma's shelters and warming centers:

Oklahoman Modified: January 28, 2010 at 5:56 pm •  Published: January 28, 2010
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Carnegie — Carnegie Elementary School, 202 West 4th St.

Duncan — Stephens County Fairgrounds, 1616 S 13th St.

Holdenville — Holdenville Senior Center, 124 N Creek


Lawton — Cameron Baptist Church, 2621 SW C Ave

Mangum — Mangum Presbyterian Church, 314 N Oklahoma

Newcastle — Newcastle Storm Shelter, 801 N Carr

Warming centers

El Dorado — El Dorado School, 116 N Seventh

Hobart — First Methodist Church, 201 S Washington

McAlester — Salvation Army Office, 400 N A St.

Woodward — Woodward American Red Cross Chapter, 1209 Ninth St.

An open warming center is capable of turning into a shelter at any time if officials determine a need for overnight sheltering.

The Salvation Army reports their Oklahoma City shelter location is at near capacity. All additional guests will be placed on cots and mats.

SOURCE: Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management


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