CARNEY, Okla. - A day after tornadoes ripped through Oklahoma, battering towns along the way, Governor Mary Fallin set off on a tour of the damaged area.
Fallin declared a state of emergency Sunday for 16 counties that were hit hard by severe weather.
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The governor's first stop was Carney in Lincoln County, where multiple homes were damaged or destroyed.
Fallin will then visit the Shawnee area where a twister leveled Stillman Estates mobile home park and killed two men.
Meanwhile, Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John Doak is expected to be at the Shawnee Expo Monday for anyone with questions in the wake of the storm.
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