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Dozens Injured By Tornado Treated At Metro Hospitals

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Survivors and emergency workers sift through debris in Moore. Survivors and emergency workers sift through debris in Moore.
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More than 50 people are being treated for a wide range of injuries following Monday's deadly tornado in Moore.

OU Medical Center reports they have 20 patients injured in the storm. Twelve are adults, 8 are children. Their conditions range from minor to critical.

There are 33 patients at Integris Southwest. Ten patients are in critical condition, 10 in serious and 12 in fair or good. The wounds range from minor lacerations to head wounds to abdominal injuries. The oldest patient is 91 years old. There are at least three children being treated there, too.

News 9 is checking other hospitals to check on other patients injured in the storm.

5/20/2013 Related Story: Massive Deadly Tornado Rips Across Moore, Hits Elementary School, Shuts Down I-35

5/20/2013 Related Story: OK Governor Calls Out Soldiers To Help With Search And Rescue

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