Tornado plows through Norman
Officials are warning of a high risk for tornadoes and other severe weather in Oklahoma on Saturday. The Oklahoma City metro is included in an area deemed at the highest risk.
NORMAN — A tornado Friday afternoon cut an eight-mile path through Norman, snapping power poles, uprooting trees, damaging buildings and causing minor injuries as residents braced for the potential of even more severe weather throughout the weekend.“It is surprising you don’t have more injured with the time of day, about 4:02,” Deputy Norman Fire Chief Jim Bailey said. “Norman is a busy town. There were a lot of people out...
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