Multiple reports of damage all over the city are pouring in after a storm brought 70-mile-per-hour winds to Muskogee.
Part of the roof on Hobby Lobby at Curt's Center is on the ground, trees are down and large, heavy debris is flying around.
Power is out to numerous houses across the area as the storm has settled in.
No reports of injuries yet, but Muskogee County EMS has been dispatched to several locations.
Police are reporting that power is down all over town. Electric lines and poles are down, there is an overturned semi on the river bridge, roofs torn off, extensive damage at Curt's Mall.
Others are reporting the roof is off at the Bacone Inn. Damage has been reported at Grissom's tractors east of the turnpike.
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UPDATE: The city is reporting a small tornado touched down amid 115 mph winds.
Some injuries have been reported according to Muskogee County EMS: One adult male transported to Eastar with non-life threatening head injury,
One male child transported to Eastar with a non-life threatening laceration,
One adult female transported to a Tahlequah hospital with non-life threatening injuries from a vehicle crash,
Three people (age and sex unknown at this time) who refused treatment / transport from an motor vehicle accident in Haskell.
UPDATE: More thunderstorms are expected later tonight, but are not expected to be as severe, according to the National Weather Service.
Bacone College suffered significant damage, according to spokeswoman Wendy Burton. The Bacone Inn, which houses students and the campus cafeteria, lost most of its roof, but the damage will not postpone the beginning of the school year, she said.
Bacone suffered no injuries.