OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Authorities in Oklahoma say several homes and businesses have been damaged by tornadoes.
Few injuries were reported from yesterday's storms. Officials say two truck drivers were taken to hospitals their semitrailers toppled. Their injuries weren't considered life-threatening.
In Stillwater in northern Oklahoma, emergency management official Rob Hill says two mobile homes and a barn were destroyed and several houses and businesses damaged. No injures were reported.
The National Weather Service also says tornadoes damaged some buildings in Murray County in southern Oklahoma.
The weather service also received reports of a series of brief, small tornadoes in southwest Kansas. The service says they aren't related to the super-cell tornado outbreak in Oklahoma.