- Associated Press - Thursday, March 26, 2015

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - About 13,500 power outages continue in Oklahoma after severe storms struck the state and left at least one person dead.

Public Service Company of Oklahoma reported about 7,000 outages Thursday morning and Oklahoma Gas & Electric reported more than 9,400. The majority of the outages are in Tulsa County with nearly 6,700 and in the Oklahoma City metro with about 9,100.

Oklahoma Electric Cooperative reported fewer than 100 outages among its member cooperatives.

The storm spawned tornadoes and one person was killed when what is believed to be a tornado struck a mobile home park in Sand Springs.

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