More than a dozen people where severely injured after a tornado hit Tulsa on Sunday; two persons suffer from life-threatening injuries
The tornado was so powerful and destructive that it knocked out power to thousands of customers, damaged businesses and blew debris through the streets, installing a state of panic and terror.
Even though there were no deaths reported after the storm, Kelli Bruer, Emergency Medical Service Authority spokeswoman mentioned that 13 persons were taken to hospitals and needed medical attention.
While Oklahoma was being attacked by a tornado, in Montana a residential shooting that involved drugs and gangs injured two persons on Montana’s Crow Indian Reservation.
The shooting took place in the town of Lodge Grass and involved methamphetamine.
“Drugs have a devastating effect on our communities, and yesterday’s incident is a reminder of that,” Not Afraid told local news media Saturday.
The investigators did not mention whether anyone was being sought when it comes to the shootings. The town of Lodge Grass is around 400 people and is located 65 miles southeast of Billings.
The name of those who were killed are Leslie Frank Nomee Jr., aged 27, and his wife, Denise Stewart Nomee, aged 25. Nehemiah Brokenrope, aged 30, was also killed in the shooting.