Authorities: Seven Injured As Tornado Moves Across Tulsa, Owasso and Claremore
TULSA, Oklahoma - Authorities say at least seven people were injured - one critically - after severe storms spawned multiple tornado touchdowns in northeastern Oklahoma Wednesday, damaging homes and businesses.
Troopers say a 14-year-old girl is stable after a tornado caused a tree to fall on an SUV she was riding in at 56th Street North near Yale. A man and two kids, including an 11 month old, were treated at the hospital.
Our WARN team said the damage was likely caused by one supercell. It packed wind speeds of more than 100 miles an hour.
New video Thursday morning shows a tornado on the ground on the north side of Tulsa Wednesday night.
Tulsa Fire Department spokesman Captain Stan May says about one square mile of a mostly residential area sustained damage. He says one home was destroyed.
The same storm moved through Owasso and into Catoosa and Claremore area, damaging several homes.
There are no immediate reports of anyone missing.