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Storms Knock Out Power To Thousands, Cause Damage In Oklahoma

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Bob Mills SkyNews 9 HD flies over storm damage in Perry, Oklahoma. Bob Mills SkyNews 9 HD flies over storm damage in Perry, Oklahoma.
Storm Tracker Marty Logan covers storms near Woodward, Oklahoma, Monday night. Storm Tracker Marty Logan covers storms near Woodward, Oklahoma, Monday night.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

Tornado watches and warnings lasted throughout the night across Oklahoma. Several News 9 viewers have damage at their homes and in their yards.

In the wake of these storms, thousands of Oklahomans in the dark. For several hours Tuesday morning, as many as 6,700 OG&E customers were without power.

At around 6:30 a.m., OG&E reported there were more than 4,000 people without power. They have not released a time when electricity would return.

Check OG&E System Watch here. 

11/17/2015 Related Story: Severe Storms Causing Power Outages Across OK

As far as damage goes, those reports are coming out of Noble County. In Red Rock a 99 mile an hour wind gust was recorded just after 2 a.m.

11/16/2015 Related Story: Several Tornadoes Tear Through TX Panhandle Into NW OK

One resident we spoke with said he saw shingles ripped off homes and trash cans thrown against houses. But one resident in Perry said in just seconds, his garage doors collapsed, two barns destroyed and his porch, gone.

"You hear the wind just barely come up then all of a sudden just almost like a freight train on the south side of our house. And all you can hear is just that porch being peeled off the side and it happened like I said in about 15 seconds. And then it was over with," Perry resident Grady Parmley said.

As of right now we don't have any reports of injuries.

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