Transcript for Flash Flooding, Ice Hamper Midwestern States
holiday weather. Eight states on alert following dangerous flash floods and ice. Oklahoma's only goer declared a state of emergency. Phillip Mena is there in Edmond. Reporter: Good morning, George. The Oklahoma City area is thawing out. Look at the damage the ice did to this massive tree. The weight completely splitting this tree open. This morning, residents across the region are left picking up the pieces. Weather mayhem hitting millions. Oh, it's coming down. No way you should have survived that. I know. Reporter: In Utah, this 32-year-old lucky to be alive this morning. Trapped in treezing water after falling through thin ice after trying to reach one of her dogs. You could hear the ice cracking. Reporter: The incredible rescue on body camera. We have the dog. I can't stand. Thank you so much. Reporter: In Arkansas, flood waters running rampant. Female stuck in a vehicle with water pouring in. Reporter: The driver of this white sedan hydro planing into a creek. Three passers by helping her escape in a nick of time. In all, 14 deaths resulting from the intense storms hitting the plains and midwest. Across Oklahoma, all 77 counties in a state of emergency. A combination of icy conditions, and toppling trees knocking out power for at least 80,000. It's been quite devastating. Reporter: Dozens of power poles shattered into pieces. These power lines caught on camera catching fire. Oh, wow. That thing just blew. Reporter: Residents in Oklahoma are getting help with this massive cleanup effort. The governor stepping in and declaring a state of emergency. George?
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