Damage Reported After Tornado Touches Down In Northeastern Oklahoma
WYANDOTTE, Oklahoma - Tornadoes tore through parts of Green Country after killing dozens in central Oklahoma.
Storm spotters saw a tornado touch down near Ramona and meteorologist Mike Grogan followed the storms up to Wyandotte, in the extreme northeastern corner of Oklahoma.
It appears a tornado there uprooted huge trees and tore garage doors right off their tracks.
Windows were shattered and barns were crushed by flying debris.
There have been no injuries reported the storms in northeastern Oklahoma.