Five people were killed and dozens injured when a series of tornadoes swept across Oklahoma at speeds of over 100 miles per hour ripping up houses, flipping cars and damaging aeroplanes.
Forecasters warned that more storms would hit the central US region today after hail stones the size of tennis balls pelted Oklahoma City and Kansas, Times Online informs .
In Oklahoma City, tornadoes ripped through the metro area tossing cars and flipping mobile homes, leaving several neighborhoods heavily damaged, the daily said.
The OG&E power company reported 31,000 outages from the storm, including 28,000 in Oklahoma City, Montreal Gazette says.
Su-35 and Su-30 fighters were carrying out a scheduled training flight, when the incident occurred