Strong storms rumble through southeast Oklahoma

Thursday, May 8th 2003, 12:00 am
By: News On 6

(Undated-AP) -- Possible tornadoes caused damage in southern Oklahoma early Thursday.

No injuries are reported, but homes were damaged and power lines and tree limbs blown down near Ringling and Cornish in Jefferson County.

Department of Civil Emergency Management spokeswoman Michelann Ooten says a house, a mobile home and four barns were destroyed and a horse suffered a broken leg in Love County.

Marshall County authorities say a house, barn and farm equipment were destroyed on a farm near Madill.

A possible twister may also have touched down west of Frederick.

Oklahoma Gas and Electric reports about 55 customers still without power this morning in the Ardmore area.