Wild Animals Rounded Up After Oklahoma Tornado

Wild Animals Rounded Up After Oklahoma Tornado (Image 1)

(KFOR) Wild animals escaped after a tornado touched down in Tuttle, Oklahoma and ripped through an exotic zoological park called Tiger Safari.

The Grady County Sheriff’s Office reported the animals were rounded up safely. 

Dozens of destroyed homes, flipped cars and downed power lines were part of the impact of a powerful storm that has turned out tornadoes in southwestern Oklahoma. The heaviest damage was southwest of Oklahoma City. It appears a second tornado came through later Wednesday evening through the same area. There are no reports of injuries.

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