Kingston, Oklahoma, Hit By Tornado; Damage Reported

News 9 - March 22, 2022 6:48 am

KINGSTON, Oklahoma – 

A tornado caused heavy damage in Kingston, Oklahoma, late Monday afternoon.

Oklahoma Highway Patrol and Lighthorse Police are assisting residents at this time.

Much of the damage appears to be about 3 miles east of Kingston on State Highway 70.

The Red Cross has opened a shelter at Kingston High School in the multi-purpose activity center (KMAC) for people affected by the tornado.

The high school is located at 400 NE 3rd St. in Kingston.

Damage was also reported at the Buncombe Creek Resort Marina at Lake Texoma.

Buncombe Creek Resort Marina


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