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Oklahoma tornado causes $13 million in damage to Lake Thunderbird

(May 21, 2010) -- A tornado that swept through central Oklahoma last week caused nearly $13 million in damage to public and private property on Lake Thunderbird.

NORMAN, Okla. — NewsOK.com reports a tornado that swept through central Oklahoma last week caused nearly $13 million in damage to public and private property on Lake Thunderbird, according to preliminary estimates released by officials with the state Tourism Department.

According to NewsOK.com members of the Tourism Commission on Wednesday approved an emergency declaration for the park that sustained major tornado damage. The declaration allows the department to issue contracts for cleanup, debris removal and reconstruction of structures damaged in the storm.

To read the complete report from NewsOK.com, click here.

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  1. Mike The Mainer

    Boy what a shame, hope everyone is alright out there!

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