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At Least 4 Killed In Oklahoma Tornado Outbreak As Disaster Threat Continues

At Least 4 Killed In Oklahoma Tornado Outbreak As Disaster Threat Continues

At least four people are dead, including an infant, after a tornado outbreak in Oklahoma overnight, as disaster threat continues to loom.

Multiple large and extremely dangerous tornadoes were reported on the ground simultaneously overnight Saturday across parts of Oklahoma, according to the National Weather Service.

Tornadoes of at least EF-3 strength slammed into Sulphur and Marietta on Saturday night, according to the National Weather Service. 

Two deaths occurred in Holdenville, and the third near Marietta on I-35, according to Keli Cain, public affairs director for the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management and Homeland Security.

At a Sunday news conference, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt said the ofueth death occured in the town of Sulphur in Murray County.

“It seems like every business downtown has been destroyed now here in Sulphur,” Stitt said. “It’s definitely the most damage since I’ve been governor that I’ve seen.”

Story also said that around 30 people were injured in Sulphur and their conditions are unknown.

There were reports of injuries, property damage, flooding and downed power lines and trees across several counties Saturday night, the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management said. 

Nearly 47 million people are at risk for severe weather Sunday from east Texas northward into the upper Mississippi River Valley.

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