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Deadly Storm Litters Streets With Debris in El Reno, Oklahoma

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Deadly Storm Litters Streets With Debris in El Reno, Oklahoma

Deadly Storm Litters Streets With Debris in El Reno, Oklahoma

At least two people died when a powerful storm swept through parts of El Reno, Oklahoma, late on May 25, according to local reports citing officials.

The National Weather Service (NWS) issued a tornado warning for the city that evening and later described debris thrown up by a tornado in the area.

According to local reports, a tornado hit the American Budget Value Inn off Highway 81.

Police reported damage near the Route 66 intersection with Highway 81, close to the hotel.

This footage shows police and emergency services responding to the area and some of the damage caused by the storms. Credit: WIENER UP!

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