HOOKER, Okla. – Some residents in one Oklahoma town are cleaning up after storms severely damaged homes and property in the area.
Nancy Kletecka told News 4 that as storms moved through the southeast side of Hooker, several mobile homes were damaged.
In fact, she says debris could be found several blocks away.
“Hooker is a small tight knit community- they are already working on the cleanup,” Kletcka told KFOR on Facebook.
Residents in the area believe the straight-line winds that cam along with the storms is responsible for the damage.