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OKLAHOMA — KFOR’s Bob Moore Chopper 4 flew across Oklahoma this morning to capture the first aerial images of damage left behind from the storms that swept through our state Tuesday.

A trailer ranch north of Carney, Okla. sustained heavy damage.  Fortunately, those who run the ranch say all of the livestock and people made it though the storm safely.

In Coyle, many families were forced to take shelter as the storm rolled through.

The agri-science building at the local school was badly damaged.

Officials say a large tree fell onto the roof, causing the ceiling to cave in.

In Luther, several homes were damaged in the storms.

One home’s roof was ripped off.

The family affected told KFOR that they had left the home just 10 minutes before a twister ripped through their neighborhood.

They waited out the storm in a neighbor’s storm shelter.

Although the family is now without a home, they are thankful everyone is OK.

The family says the home was just built in December.

KFOR is working on gathering other reports of damage throughout the state. 

 

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