TULSA, Oklahoma -- The same line of storms blamed for at least seven deaths in central Oklahoma moved into Tulsa area Tuesday evening.

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There were reports of tornado damage near Haskell.  News On 6 anchor Lori Fullbright said many people in Haskell were without power.  Numerous trees were down, but no injuries or fatalies were reported.

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Osage County Emergency Management officials said two homes were damaged west of Pawhuska.  Numerous trees were also down, but there were no reports of any injuries.

Reports of hail the size of golf-balls to nearly baseballs were reported in south Tulsa, near Jenks and Glenpool.

The same system is blamed for at least four deaths after tornadoes touched down in central Oklahoma Tuesday afternoon.

Cherokee Ballard, with the Oklahoma Medical Examiner's Office, said four people died in Canadian County. The Canadian County Sheriff's Office confirmed Tuesday that two of those people were killed when tornadoes touched down near El Reno.

A tornado also blew through the Oklahoma City metropolitan area at the start of evening rush hour Tuesday.  The tornado was on the ground for more than an hour Tuesday afternoon. There were no immediate reports of significant injuries.