Providing support to families that lost everything. At least three people are dead in Oklahoma after a string of tornadoes broke out Wednesday night and injuring others, destroying homes and leaving thousands without power Thursday. Two deaths were in the small town of Cole, 25 miles (41 kilometers) south of Oklahoma City, and a third person who was injured by the tornado has died, but it was not clear where the person was injured. There were many injuries and homes and buildings damaged. Power lines also were torn down, trees toppled, and homes and other buildings badly damaged or destroyed. Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee and an airport were damaged.
Disaster relief, providing shelter, food and water. Widespread damage, injuries reported after 7 tornadoes confirmed. Storms and strong winds caused widespread damage to several towns and cities after severe weather moved through Oklahoma on Sunday. Residents in Norman will be cleaning up debris after a possible tornado moved through the area on Sunday night. In a neighborhood near Hwy 9 and 24th Ave. SE, homes and vehicles suffered significant damage in the storms. At one location, a red SUV was flipped on its roof, landing on another car. One roof was ripped from a home and thrown to the side of the house. Near 36th Ave. and Lindsay Street, residents suffered major damage to their homes and properties, the tornado blew out windows and doors and the wind and rain destroyed everything else.
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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