Heavy damage in Seminole from storms
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - Cleveland County Emergency Management Director Dan Cary says emergency responders are continuing to look for possible victims from Monday's storms.
He says he knows of no one who is unaccounted for - but rescuers want to be sure no one remains trapped.
The storms are blamed for three deaths in Cleveland County and two in Oklahoma City but Cary said he has no information on the three fatalities.
Buildings and homes have heavy damage in Seminole. The storms destroyed mobile homes in the town about 60 miles east of Oklahoma City.
The storm is also blamed for two deaths in Oklahoma City.
Governor Brad Henry plans to tour hard-hit areas today.
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