|Updated: 6/04/2012 5:33 pm
||Published: 6/04/2012 7:29 am
Storms rolled through Green Country overnight leaving behind damage in some areas.
In Skiatook, several people had to be rescued from their homes off Highway 20 and Highway 75. The Fire Training Center and the Nazarene Church were open to people displaced by the storms. Just over half a dozen people took shelter at the training center, which has now closed after they were allowed to go home.
An early morning rock slide left debris across Highway 20 in Rogers County, which was closed for several hours Monday morning, but it has since re-opened. The lanes will be narrowed to one lane on Tuesday from 8 to noon, while crews clean up debris.
In Claremore, heavy rains caused flooding in some areas. Police there say parts of Highway 66 had to be closed to traffic because of high water overnight. There are also reports of a sinkhole opening up on Southhaven Road just north of Country Club Road.
In Tulsa, strong winds caused some damage. Trees are blocking the road near 108th Street and Sheridan Avenue.
Officials are trying to figure out if a the weather caused a fire at a home overnight. It happened in East Tulsa near 31st Street and Mingo. Five people were inside the home, but no one was hurt. The Red Cross is helping the family out.
Crews are working to restore widespread power outages across Green Country.