CANTON, Okla. (AP) - At least one tornado has touched down in western Oklahoma, and a city employee says it has damaged trailers with people inside.
The National Weather Service reported the tornado touched down Tuesday afternoon about two miles north of Canton.
Canton city employee Linda Hisell says police reported a twister moved through the area around Canton Lake, about 70 miles northwest of Oklahoma City. Hisell says police reported that some people were inside.
Alicia Carmago with the Blaine County Sheriff's Office says officials couldn't immediately confirm any injuries.
In Caddo County, emergency management director Larry McDuffey says damage was reported near Lookeba and there were no immediate reports of injuries. McDuffey says trees and power lines were down, but officials don't know about damage to homes.
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