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OKLAHOMA CITY — EMSA ambulance service reports responding to 76 emergency calls during the peak storm hours of 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Tuesday night.

According to EMSA Supervisor Tony McCarty, there were eight injuries in the Oklahoma City metro area.

McCarty reports EMSA paramedics responded to six hail-related injuries.

Five of those victims were treated and released from EMSA’s care.

One of the hail victims was transported to the hospital.

EMSA responded to one emergency call for a patient who was cut by glass from a hail hit.

The emergency response company had damage to five EMSA units.

Three ambulances had body damage from the hail.

Two vehicles had hail damage that included broken windshields.