OKLAHOMA CITY — About 13,500 energy outages continue in Oklahoma after serious storms struck a state and left during slightest one chairman dead.
Public Service Company of Oklahoma reported about 7,000 outages Thursday morning and Oklahoma Gas Electric reported some-more than 9,400. The infancy of a outages are in Tulsa County with scarcely 6,700 and in the Oklahoma City metro with about 9,100.
Oklahoma Electric Cooperative reported fewer than 100 outages among a member cooperatives.
The charge spawned tornadoes and one chairman was killed when what is believed to be a hurricane struck a mobile home park in Sand Springs.
Tulsa County Sheriff’s Capt. Billy McKelvey pronounced one chairman was killed in a mobile home park in a Tulsa suburb of Sand Springs, that he pronounced could accommodate 40 to 50 trailers.
“It could have been most worse,” he said.
A National Weather Service meteorologist pronounced consult teams would be sent to consider a repairs Thursday though that it was expected a hurricane that strike Sand Springs.
“I consider during this indicate there substantially is adequate video justification that there substantially was a hurricane there,” pronounced Joe Sellers during a continue service’s Tulsa office.