ELDON, Okla. - A tornado touched down in southeast Cherokee County Sunday morning destroying a mobile home and leaving a broken path of damage, the National Weather Service reported.
The tornado formed around 9:20 a.m. near Carters Landing and was about 100 yards wide, the NWS said. The tornado lasted for about 7 minutes.
Cherokee County emergency management officials say there are some trees down and some power poles down on the roadway near Eldon, on the Cherokee and Adair County line. A mobile home was leveled, but no one was home and the time, the NWS reported.
Cherokee Nation spokeswoman Lenzy Krehbiel said no government buildings were damaged, but two homes near Hwy 62 between Stillwell and Tahlequah sustained damage.
In Skiatook, trees were uprooted and a trailer overturned one-tenth of a mile south of 133rd Street near the Hominy Falls Bridge, Osage County emergency management officials said.
A Skiatook airport hanger was also damaged as the line of storms crossed northeast Oklahoma Sunday morning.
No injures have been reported.
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