Chief Meteorologist David Payne issued a News 9 tornado warning as a tornado touched down Tuesday.
A warning was in effect for Custer and Washita counties.
The tornado occurred in Clinton, Oklahoma at approximately 8 p.m. before moving northeast.
News 9 storm tracker Val Castor was tracking storms as the tornado landed.
Some Clinton residents called News 9 to report power outages.
News 9 reporter Barry Mangold arrived on the scene following reports of damage.
The roof of a body shop was ripped off.
The storm caused a downed power line and an overturned traffic sign.
Damage also occurred at the Clinton Regional Airport.
The fire chief of Clinton told News 9 there have been no reported injuries.