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Stranded motorist in Oklahoma flashes ‘Horns Down’ at end of live TV shot

Multiple tornadoes spotted, cars stranded by water in Oklahoma

A storm system moved across the Southern Plains on May 20, 2019, spawning tornadoes. The biggest threat overnight appeared to be flash flooding. Heavy rainfall hit the Tulsa, OK area, and many vehicles were stuck on flooded streets.
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A storm system moved across the Southern Plains on May 20, 2019, spawning tornadoes. The biggest threat overnight appeared to be flash flooding. Heavy rainfall hit the Tulsa, OK area, and many vehicles were stuck on flooded streets.

That’s enough rain for now, thanks.

Rain has raked the central part of the United States, and Kansas City is a soggy mess. In Oklahoma, part of Interstate 40 was closed because of flooding.

A reporter from Oklahoma City station KWTV-DT (News 9) talked with one man who had tried to ride the shoulder to his destination only to find his path blocked.

But he had a plan for the delay: eat pork rinds and take a nap.

At the end of his talk with the reporter, the man showed he was probably an Oklahoma fan by flashing “Horns Down,” which is used to mock Texas fans and their “Hook ‘em Horns” hand signal.

Twitter user Todd Lisenbee shared this video:

Oklahoma fans and others were proud of the man:

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From covering the World Series to the World Cup, Pete has done a little bit of everything since joining The Star in 1997. He writes about baseball and has a quirky blog that augments The Star’s coverage of area teams.
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