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Storms move through state

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Storms moved through the state on Saturday causing some damage.

Lightening started a roof fire in northwest Oklahoma City and wind damage was reported in Weatherford.

In Pryor, One person was sent to the hospital and several others had minor injuries when strong winds caused two side stages at the Rocklahoma concert to collapse Saturday night, authorities said.

The north and south stages went down about 6:30 p.m. after 65-mph winds accompanying a severe thunderstorm moved through northeastern Oklahoma, Mayes County Sheriff Frank Cantey said.

"One person suffered a broken arm and was transported to the Mayes County Medical Center, and another dozen or so people had minor injuries and scrapes," Cantey said.

 No one was performing on the side stages, and the main stage was not affected, he said.

More than 100 bands were scheduled to perform on three stages during the five-day music festival, which ends Sunday.

Organizers expected more than 100,000 people to attend.

"One person suffered a broken arm and was transported to the Mayes County Medical Center, and another dozen or so people had minor injuries and scrapes," Cantey said.

 No one was performing on the side stages, and the main stage was not affected, he said.

More than 100 bands were scheduled to perform on three stages during the five-day music festival, which ends Sunday.

Organizers expected more than 100,000 people to attend.

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