Local & Regional
Thu May 20, 2010
Storms Hit Oklahoma Again
By Associated Press
Oklahoma City, OK – Several tornadoes touch down across Oklahoma
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Authorities say two mobiles homes were destroyed and several homes and businesses were damaged but there were few injuries during a rash of tornadoes in Oklahoma.
In Kingfisher County, Emergency Management Director Steve Loftis says a semi-truck driver wasn't seriously hurt when his vehicle overturned about five miles north of Kingfisher on Wednesday afternoon. At least two tornadoes were reported in the county.
Rob Hill with the Stillwater Emergency Management office says two mobile homes and a barn were destroyed and several houses and businesses were damaged when tornadoes touched down briefly in the evening. Hill said there were no reports of injuries.
The weather service also said tornadoes damaged buildings and trees in Murray County, battered trees in Garvin County and damaged an outbuilding near Prague.
About 5,650 electric customers lost power.