Thousands of residents in the Midwest are cleaing up and trying to recover after over a hundred tornadoes ripped through towns Saturday night into early Sunday morning.

FOX News Radio’s Courtney Kealy has the details:

The clean up underway with Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin touring the damage in Woodward, where six deaths occurred. A state of emergency has been declared in twelve counties in Oklahoma.

This local Woodard resident describes how storms battered the town all night:

(Resident) “It was a pretty intersting night. It started pretty early with tornado watches and storms and what have you and then just tornado after tornado and wave after wave of storms.”

A devastating twister also ripped through Wichita, Kansas this past weekend. About 11,000 people lost power and damage was extensive.

Courtney Kealy, FOX News Radio

Editor’s Note: Kansas Governor Sam Brownback has declared a state of emergency as officials continue to assess storm damage.

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