OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Thousands of Oklahomans remain without power after a series of powerful thunderstorm rumbled through the state.
No injuries are reported.
The storms late Tuesday and early Wednesday knocked out power to about 1,500 customers in Edmond after a broken tree limb damaged a circuit breaker.
Oklahoma Gas and Electric reports more than 2,000 customers were without power Wednesday, about 1,400 of those in Midwest City. Other outages are reported in Oklahoma City, Muskogee, Lone Grove, Guthrie and Drumright.
In Stillwater, one home was damaged and 2,500 customers of the city's municipal electric service lost power Tuesday night. And Public Service Company of Oklahoma reports about 900 outages in Tuttle.
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