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Search Continues for Missing Fort Sill Soldier

Fort Sill emergency personnel, along with first responders from the Lawton Fire Department, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, an Oklahoma National Guard helicopter and units on post continue the search for 32 year-old Staff Sgt. David Lee Hawkins.

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Fort Sill Emergency Services Recovers Car, Searches for Driver

Fort Sill firefighters and the Lawton Fire Department Swift Water Rescue Team recovered a vehicle this afternoon that was swept over the post’s Four-Mile Crossing by high water. Emergency responders are still searching for the driver, believed to be Staff Sergeant David Lee Hawkins, 32, who is still missing.

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Geyser Erupts From Manhole, Lifts Car Into the Air [VIDEO]

Earlier in the week, a massive storm dumped almost 12 inches of rain in less than hour on Montreal, causing the city’s sewer system to swell. In this amateur video shown on ‘Today,’ a cameraman filmed as a geyser of water blew off a manhole cover and lifted a parked car into the air.

The geyser started slowly at first, lifting the car only inches off the ground. But eventually, a massive torrent of water exploded from the sewer system and hoisted the backend of the vehicle several feet off the ground.

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North Dakota River to Pass Record Levels [PHOTOS]

Flooding in North Dakota was expected to enter record territory on Friday, with the Souris River expected to peak over the weekend, breaking a record set in 1881.

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Residents Cope With Flooding Along Mississippi [PHOTOS]

There's no doubt it's been very dry in Texoma. There's also no doubt that residents along the Mississippi River would take our dry conditions in a heartbeat. They're preparing to cope with continued flooding on Thursday as the mighty Mississippi, already at record levels, was set to crest in Vicksburg, Miss. on Thursday morning.

The river was at 57.2 feet in Vicksburg on Wednesday morning, a level well above the previous record of 56.2 feet set on May 4, 1927, according to the National Weather Service. The river was expected to reach 57.5 feet on Thursday morning, about 14.5 feet over flooding stage.

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