At least 25 people were injured early Sunday after a tornado touched down in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Strong storms moved through Osage County and Pawnee counties with strong winds, torrential rain and lots of lightning Saturday night. A flash flood watch remains in effect for northeast Oklahoma through Sunday afternoon.
Thousands of people, up to 20,000 at once were left without power ater this extreme weather engulfed the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma on August 6, 2017:
At least 25 people were injured early Sunday after the tornado touched down in Tulsa, Oklahoma, damaging businesses, torning signs down and destroying power poles leaving thousands of customers without power.
The city is under emergency alert due to the large destruction. The tornado touched down in the midtown section of the city, located southeast of downtown, seriously damaging homes, parked cars, shops and office buildings.
Here some pictures of the extreme weather in Tulsa:
Tornado specialists from the US National Meteorological Service have yet to determine the strength and designate the path of the twister.