Transcript for Tornado in Oklahoma kills at least 2 people
And we begin with the tornado watches up at this hour. Six states on alert as we come on. After another night of deadly weather in the heartland. A powerful ef-3 striking near Oklahoma City after dark. It came with fierce winds and pounding rain. The tornado shredding a motel. Look at that. And a mobile home park in el Reno, Oklahoma. Teams searching all night for the missing. Tonight, the region reeling from the damaging storms and from flooding as well. As a new round of severe storms is on the way. Here's rob Marciano. Reporter: Tonight, the view from above. This area of Oklahoma obliterated. The tornado killing at least two people. A confirmed ef-3 striking at 10:28 P.M. With winds up to 145 miles per hour. The twister forming quickly, giving residents only minutes to take cover before the intense storm ripped through el Reno in the middle of the night. Just bodies everywhere, people everywhere. Don't know dead or alive. Reporter: This hotel torn apart. The tornado jumping the highway, hitting this one with a glancing blow. There's significant tornado damage. This is right across the street from the hotel that got leveled. When you see something like this, I think about the kids getting up and thinking what happened? Reporter: A mobile home park leveled. Cars flipped over. The powerful winds scattering belongings everywhere. Survivors rushing to the scene. Victims triaged at the dealership next door. When I walked in there, and there was a really shiny floor, covered with blood. Reporter: Rescue workers and dogs searching for survivors amid the demolished hotel. The piles of debris making the search grueling. People have absolutely lost everything. You won't believe the devastation in the pictures of the poor families in that trailer house. Reporter: Just incredible, the twisted metal frames of these mobile homes thrown across this parking lot and there's the hotel badly damaged. Dumpsters thrown on to the second floor of that hotel. Parts of the country slammed by nine days of dangerous storms. 164 reported tornadoes across 11 states. Along with blinding rain and dangerous flooding. Swollen rivers covering homes up to the rooftops. El Reno picking up the pieces after flooding just a week ago. And rob Marciano joining us from el Reno. So many families lost everything. It's really bad right there. But we know there is more severe weather on the way? Reporter: I'm afraid so. Not until Tuesday. We'll get a break tonight and tomorrow. But Tuesday does look bad in this region. The risk tonight is to our west. We'll show you on the radar. Three tornadoes touching down. Kansas and Colorado. Denver, under tornado watch. And you see the storms firing. Flood watches through Oklahoma City, Wichita, Kansas as well. And Louisville to West Virginia, you may get some rough storms tonight. Chicago, getting some tomorrow, north of here, Des Moines, Indianapolis as well. Tuesday, a significant risk of severe weather, here in el Reno, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Wichita, maybe Jefferson city, Kansas City, up through Omaha, St. Louis, damaging winds, hail, and the possibility of more tornadoes and the rain. Something else this area does not need. Rob, thank you. Next to the horrifying scene in Hawaii.
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