Multiple agencies respond to possible drowning in Tuttle

Posted on Friday, May 28th, 2021 at 1:31 pm    

TUTTLE, OK – Multiple agencies were at the scene of a possible drowning in Coal Creek Thursday evening, reports News on 6.

Two boys spotted a young girl at Coal Creek between E Tyler Rd and N Sara Rd. According to the boys, the girl appeared to be 6 or 7. She was wearing a pink shoe and had a cut on her cheek.

OKC Fire Department and Air One were among the agencies that reported to the scene. Heavy rains produced floodwaters, which prevented divers from entering the creek.

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