OKLAHOMA — As severe weather made its way though Oklahoma, several tornadoes touched down, leaving damage and massive flooding in their wake.
There was some damage on the HE Bailey Turnpike near Bridge Creek.
There were also reports of damage in Grady County along Highway 44, 10 miles east of Amber.
Grady County reported extensive damage in Amber and in Bridge Creek, and there was also some severe damage between Bridge Creek and Newcastle.
516pm – radar showing distinct debris signature just east of Bridge Creek, north of the turnpike. Dangerous situation. Take cover! #okwx
— NWS Norman (@NWSNorman) May 6, 2015
There was also been significant damage to the Norman Hotel.
@kfor tornado damage to the Norman hotel. pic.twitter.com/rSRSDcitQ9
— Trevor Hutson (@trevorhutson13) May 6, 2015
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Bob Moore Chopper 4 got footage of a mobile home park off Highway 81 in Chickasha that has been torn to pieces. However, reports say that area was already going through deconstruction, so that damage may not be from the storm.
Please keep in mind that taking shelter in a mobile home is not safe.