Damage reported after tornado-warned storms move through central Oklahoma

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Reports of damage are coming in from across Oklahoma after several tornado-warned storms moved through central Oklahoma late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning.KOCO 5 found damage in Oklahoma City, Mustang and Clinton. Below is a live blog of damage updates following the overnight storms.10:30 a.m. Wednesday Update: Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt joined KOCO 5 News during our 9 a.m. show to provide an update after tornado-warned storms moved through the city overnight.9:40 a.m. Wednesday Update: KOCO 5’s Christine Stanwood spoke with a Mustang resident who described what it was like when the overnight storms hit outside her home. Watch the video player above for Christine’s report. 9:30 a.m. Wednesday Update: KOCO 5’s Dillon Richard surveyed storm damage near Northwest 10th Street and Villa Avenue. Watch the video player below for Dillon’s report. 8:50 a.m. Wednesday Update: KOCO 5’s Zach Rael found significant storm damage at the airport in Clinton, where a possible tornado moved through Tuesday night. Zach says every building at the airport has some damage, and collapsed hangar had two planes and vintage cars in it.8:42 a.m. Wednesday Update: Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt tweeted that he learned during a briefing from the OKC Office of Emergency Management that no injuries or significant power outages were reported after early morning tornado warnings were issued and severe storms hit the area. He added that there is structural damage to some roofs near Southwest 49th Street and Czech Hall Road as well as some tree damage along the track of the storm.8:10 a.m. Wednesday Update: Authorities have issued a tornado warning for Hughes County until 8:30 a.m. Wednesday. Watch the video player above for live team coverage.7:55 a.m. Wednesday Update: KOCO 5 First Alert storm chasers found significant storm damage found in a neighborhood near Southwest 49th Street and Czech Hall Road. The weather flipped a pickup truck on its side and caused damage to homes.Watch the video player below for coverage from Storm Chaser Chris Lee. Updates from earlier in the evening and morning: First Alert Storm Chaser Chris Lee reported tree damage near Northwest 19th and Walker, near the Oklahoma State Capitol, where a tornado reportedly touched down early Wednesday morning.KOCO 5 Reporter Andy Weber surveyed tornado damage at Clinton airport:Significant damage was reported at the Clinton Regional Airport. Emergency officials said six hangars are damaged and at least two were leveled.

Reports of damage are coming in from across Oklahoma after several tornado-warned storms moved through central Oklahoma late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning.

KOCO 5 found damage in Oklahoma City, Mustang and Clinton. Below is a live blog of damage updates following the overnight storms.

10:30 a.m. Wednesday Update: Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt joined KOCO 5 News during our 9 a.m. show to provide an update after tornado-warned storms moved through the city overnight.


9:40 a.m. Wednesday Update: KOCO 5’s Christine Stanwood spoke with a Mustang resident who described what it was like when the overnight storms hit outside her home. Watch the video player above for Christine’s report.

9:30 a.m. Wednesday Update: KOCO 5’s Dillon Richard surveyed storm damage near Northwest 10th Street and Villa Avenue. Watch the video player below for Dillon’s report.

8:50 a.m. Wednesday Update: KOCO 5’s Zach Rael found significant storm damage at the airport in Clinton, where a possible tornado moved through Tuesday night. Zach says every building at the airport has some damage, and collapsed hangar had two planes and vintage cars in it.

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8:42 a.m. Wednesday Update: Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt tweeted that he learned during a briefing from the OKC Office of Emergency Management that no injuries or significant power outages were reported after early morning tornado warnings were issued and severe storms hit the area. He added that there is structural damage to some roofs near Southwest 49th Street and Czech Hall Road as well as some tree damage along the track of the storm.

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8:10 a.m. Wednesday Update: Authorities have issued a tornado warning for Hughes County until 8:30 a.m. Wednesday. Watch the video player above for live team coverage.

7:55 a.m. Wednesday Update: KOCO 5 First Alert storm chasers found significant storm damage found in a neighborhood near Southwest 49th Street and Czech Hall Road. The weather flipped a pickup truck on its side and caused damage to homes.

Watch the video player below for coverage from Storm Chaser Chris Lee.

Updates from earlier in the evening and morning:

  • First Alert Storm Chaser Chris Lee reported tree damage near Northwest 19th and Walker, near the Oklahoma State Capitol, where a tornado reportedly touched down early Wednesday morning.
  • KOCO 5 Reporter Andy Weber surveyed tornado damage at Clinton airport:
  • Significant damage was reported at the Clinton Regional Airport. Emergency officials said six hangars are damaged and at least two were leveled.

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