STRUCTURES ACROSS NW OKLAHOMA CITY DAMAGED BY HEAVY WINDS, TENS OF THOUSANDS WITHOUT POWER

Ch 9 - June 26, 2024 10:20 am

After severe storms brought damaging winds to parts of Oklahoma, several structures across the Oklahoma City metro received significant damage.

As of 6:15 a.m. on Wednesday, 32,830 Oklahomans are still reporting power outages. The overwhelming majority, estimated to be around 31,258 people, are OG&E customers. 1,469 are OAEC customers, and the remaining 103 are PSO customers.

Near Britton Road and Broadway Extension, a business in the area faced substantial damage to the building’s sides and roof.

About a mile north along the Broadway Extension near Hefner Road, the roofs of several businesses show visible damage, with parts of some buildings having been ripped open by severe storms.

Structures Across NW Oklahoma City Damaged By Heavy Winds, Tens Of Thousands Without Power

 

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