HUGO, OKLAHOMA--Today's severe weather left one Oklahoma town with some pretty bad damage.
Many trees, power lines and signs were knocked down leaving many residents without electricity, even causing a few small fires.
Hugo residents came together to start cleaning up the damage from Wednesday's storm.
"Pretty tragic, never seen anything like this before. I've been pretty much a Hugo resident all my life and I've never seen anything like this," said Hugo resident Jieriel Johnson.
Hail, strong winds and heavy rain were the main factors for all the damage.
"Houses and roofs are crushed, shrubs and everything is just destroyed," said Hugo resident Sarah Bell.
The Choctaw County Sheriff's department says there are no reported injuries.
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