NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - An Oklahoma City fire official says there
could be more victims from yesterday's violent storms, but the
weather is hampering the search.
He says heavy fog was making it hard for rescuers to see downed
power lines and other hazards early today, so they were waiting for
sunshine before resuming the search of wrecked homes.
Four Oklahoma City neighborhoods are closed off because of gas
leaks, downed power lines and debris.
Authorities say residents can help by staying off the roads.
The storms that tore through the southern Plains left at least
five people dead and dozens injured.
The National Weather Service estimates that 10 tornadoes
touched down in Oklahoma.
The weather is expected to calm down today.
The storms also did some damage in Kansas, but no injuries were
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