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UPDATE: Fletcher and Cyril Damage Minor, Power Mostly Restored

FLETCHER, Okla_ 7News is on the scene of reported home and property damage in the Fletcher and Cyril areas.

Strong winds up to speeds of 70 MPH blew through. OHP said a semi also blew over on I-44 near mile marker 63.

Our 7News crew said most of the damage was to the fairground barn and Cole Avenue. The winds blew away the roofs of 18 storage units onto Cole Avenue. All of the debris has been cleared from the road, and the storage unit owner has people helping pick up the sheet metal. We're told he has asked all the renters of storage units to come get their belongings. We're told no belongings have been lost.

The Public Works Director said most of the power has been restored to the area, and what isn't restored yet should be soon.

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