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Rocklahoma Festival 2015: One Shot, Two Missing After Festival

All this crazy weather that has been drenching Texas and a good portion of Oklahoma did not play nice with this past weekend's Rocklahoma festival in Pryor, Oklahoma.

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Due to the inclement weather, the organizers of Rocklahoma cancelled several performances on Saturday night, including those from In Flames, Volbeat, and Linkin Park.

If you've been paying attention to the news, this rain has pretty much fucked the region. Insane flash flooding have taken over downtown portions of every major metropolitan area in Texas, and many people have lost their homes and even their lives in this unfortunate natural disaster.

Not only is Tulsa's NBC affiliate reporting that they have confirmed with police that a man was shot sometime during Rocklahoma, but two men have also been reportedly missing, following their attendance at the outdoor festival this past weekend.

20-year-old Cody Parrick and and 20-year-old Ben Babar were last seen this past Saturday (May 23) when they were supposed to be leaving Rocklahoma for work but the two never made it. They were also seen on Friday night at a leather store in Weleetka, Oklahoma.

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Babar's uncle told Fox23.com that the two were driving a silver 2005 Pontiac Montana minivan with a Muscogee Creek Nation tag number 'B8E23'. Anyone with information concerning the two men's whereabouts is asked to contact the Okmulgee Sheriff's Office at 918-756-4311.

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