Disaster relief, providing shelter, food and water. At least two people have been killed after tornadoes hit Oklahoma, Texas and Arkansas late Friday, damaging homes and knocking out power for thousands as officials launch search and rescue efforts. The storms claimed lives in Oklahoma and Texas. On Saturday morning, Stitt toured the city of Idabel, in McCurtain County in southeastern Oklahoma, which suffered significant storm damage. More than 100 homes and businesses were destroyed due to the tornado. Late Friday, authorities were trying to determine the extent of damage and injuries, according to McCurtain County emergency manager Cody McDaniel. “It’s not good,” he said. Rescue teams, along with generators, had been deployed to the Idabel area, and he added there was “additional flash flooding in some areas.” The storm has also united people, he said.
Providing food, water and shelter. A massive tornado has swept across Oklahoma, destroying many homes and leaving several residents trapped under the debris of their destroyed homes in Kingston, Oklahoma. While several injuries have been reported through the Kingston area, there have been no reported deaths. Much of the damage appears to be about 3 miles east of Kingston on State Highway 70. Much of the damage appears to be about 3 miles east of Kingston on State Highway 70. Multiple tornadoes ripped through parts of Texas and Oklahoma. The storm system was poised to move into Louisiana and Mississippi on Tuesday, carrying the risk of dangerous tornadoes and powerful winds.
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