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Flash flooding in Eufaula, police urge residents to stay indoors

(Source: Eufaula Police Department) (Source: Eufaula Police Department)
(Source: Eufaula Police Department) (Source: Eufaula Police Department)

EUFAULA, AL (WTVM) – Flash flooding is causing intermittent street flooding in Eufaula.

As of right now, all streets are opened, but this could change.

The Eufaula Police Department is urging residents to stay indoors and to not venture out.

We have a reporter in Eufaula and will have more coming up on the news at 5 p.m. ET.

This is a developing story; stay tuned for more updates.

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