TULSA, Okla. — The National Weather Service has confirming multiple tornado touchdowns in the Tulsa, Oklahoma, area.
Meteorologist Amy Jankowski says a storm that swept across the area Wednesday night led to a tornado that touched down and lifted up numerous times.
She says the Weather Service received several reports of lofted debris, trees down and some structural damage.
The City of Tulsa said in a statement that several roads were closed and police and fire crews were canvassing the city. The Streets and Water Departments are assisting with road barricades and debris removal.
At least nine injuries were reported.