Damage was announced after Hurricane-warning storms swept through central Oklahoma

Reports of injuries are coming from across Oklahoma after several storms — warned of a storm that swept through central Oklahoma between Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning. Below is a live blog for injury recovery following night storms. 8:50 am Wednesday Resolution: KOCO 5’s Zach Rael suffered severe storm damage at Clinton’s airport, which could have caused a hurricane Tuesday night. Zach says the entire building at the airport was damaged, and the collapsed hangar had two planes and vintage cars in it. no injuries or electrical shocks were reported after a disturbance was reported and a severe storm hit the area. He added that there was turbulence in some skies along Southwest 49th Street and Czech Hall Road as well as other tree damage along the storm road. 8:10 am Wednesday Extension: Authorities issued a warning in Hughes County by 8:30 am Wednesday. Watch a video playing about it to be shown to the team. 7:55 am Wednesday Rescue: KOCO 5 First Route Airlines found major storm damage found in an area near Southwest 49th Street and Czech Hall Road. The weather blew the truck to its side and caused damage to the houses Watch the video playing below to be covered from Storm Chaser Chris Lee. Updates from early evening and early morning: First Alert Storm Chaser Chris Lee reported tree damage near North West 19th and Walker, near Oklahoma State Capitol, where a tornado struck Wednesday morning. stadium: Major injuries reported at Clinton Regional Airport. Emergency officials said six hangars were damaged and about two in number.

Reports of injuries are coming from across Oklahoma after violent storms swept through central Oklahoma between Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning.

KOCO 5 suffered injuries in Oklahoma City, Mustang and Clinton. Below is a live blog for injuries training followed by night storms.

8:50 am Wednesday Review: KOCO 5’s Zach Rael received serious storm damage at Clinton’s airport, where a hurricane was likely to erupt last Tuesday night. Zach says every building at the airport has some defects, and the collapsed hangar had two planes and vintage cars in it.

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8:42 am Wednesday Repeat: Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt sent a letter that he had recently learned from the OOKC Office of Emergency Management that no injuries or power outages were reported after the morning a hurricane warning was given and severe storms hit the area. He added that there was turbulence in some skies along Southwest 49th Street and Czech Hall Road as well as other tree damage along the storm road.

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8:10 am Wednesday Review: Officials issued a warning to Hughes County until 8:30 a.m. Wednesday. Watch a video playing over the live team cover.

7:55 am Wednesday Repeat: KOCO 5 First Notification of Storm Airlines found serious storm damage found in an area near Southwest 49th Street and Czech Hall Road. The weather turned the truck on its side and caused damage to the houses.

Watch the video playing below the closing from Storm Chaser Chris Lee.

Responses from early evening and morning:

  • First Alert Storm Chaser Chris Lee reported on tree damage near North West 19th and Walker, near the Oklahoma State Capitol, where a tornado hit the ground early Wednesday morning.
  • KOCO 5 Journalist Andy Weber assessed hurricane damage at Clinton airport:
  • Major injuries were reported at Clinton Regional Airport. Emergency officials said six hangars were damaged and about two in number.

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