Seventy-one people were treated for injuries and one person killed during this week's storms, according to the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management.
A news release states 71 injuries were treated by area hospitals as a result of the storms moving through Thursday afternoon through Saturday morning. The fatality took place in Tuesday's tornado at Elk City.
Gene "Bo" Mikles Jr., 53, was in his car in Merritt when it was thrown several hundred feet. He was found lying on the ground.
An American Red Cross Shelter remains open in Muskogee for residents displaced by storms. Ten people spent Friday night at the shelter located at the Muskogee First Baptist Church, 111 South 7th Street.
The Red Cross also provided a cooling center Friday through Saturday at noon at Stonewall Senior Nutrition Center in Stonewall.
All 77 counties in Oklahoma are under a state of emergency due to severe storms, flooding, straight-line winds, tornadoes and snow that began April 29, the release states.
Local reports of storm damage:
We have a list of current road closures in this story: Oklahoma Roads Closed By High Water.