Authorities in Oklahoma are spending Monday searching through debris left behind by tornadoes responsible for at least two deaths.
A tornado that started near Norman Sunday afternoon swept the landscape, destroying as many as 35 mobile homes as it moved east toward Shawnee. Oklahoma's state medical examiner's office spokeswoman Amy Elliot identified the two people who are confirmed to have been killed during Sunday's storms as 79-year-old Glen Irish and 76-year-old Billy Hutchinson. Both men were from Shawnee.
Another storm that first hit Edmond produced a tornado that tracked through the north-central part of the state, hitting the town of Carney, destroying as many as 20 homes.
The American Red Cross is setting up three shelters in areas hit by the tornadoes: Shawnee, Little Axe and Carney.