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more than seventy people were rescued from floodwaters in oklahoma this weekend after days of record setting rainfall hit the south plains rising waters trapped motorists and stranded homeowners and spurred several small tornadoes throughout the day a firefighter was killed during a water rescue near tulsa when he got caught in a storm drain , and the national weather service saying oklahoma city is just a fraction of an inch i am an all time record for rainfall in any month , in texas mandatory evacuation was ordered sunday for the areas near lake louis authorities fear the dam there would fail in the rain shows no sign of slowing down a flash flood warnings in effect for huge parts of oklahoma and more severe storms are expected sunday across