Authorities have identified a man from Woodward, Oklahoma, who was killed during a significant winter storm Monday afternoon.
Curtis Haines, 71, was killed after heavy snow brought down part of a roof at his home in Woodward.
According to the Medical Examiner's Office, Haines' manner of death is "accident." The cause of death for Haines is still under investigation.
Matt Lehenbauer of the Woodward County Emergency Management office says a house partially collapsed on the city's south side. The area was under a blizzard warning all day Monday and received more than a foot of snow.
The death at Woodward is the second reported in the winter storm that rolled into the Plains. A motorist at Kansas died in a traffic accident on a slick road.