- Associated Press - Saturday, May 9, 2015

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma City officials say a preliminary damage assessment following storms earlier this week found 812 structures and recreational vehicles either destroyed, damaged or otherwise affected.

A tornado, damaging winds, flooding and hail struck the city Wednesday as strong storms crossed Oklahoma.

The assessment found six houses, 18 mobile homes, three businesses, a church and 68 recreational vehicles destroyed. Another 36 houses, 23 mobile homes, 11 businesses and six apartment buildings have major damage.

A total of 75 houses, 17 mobile home and 11 businesses have minor damage.

The survey found another 537 buildings affected in some way by the storms.

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