Horse Trailer Toppled by Winds Pulled Upright at Oklahoma City Fairgrounds

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Severe storms hit Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, on Saturday, April 29, causing one horse trailer to topple over at the Oklahoma City Fairgrounds.

NewsOK reported the heavy wind gusts caused other significant damage at the fairgrounds. The 70-foot Centennial Arch was knocked down, and shingles were torn from roofs. The Better Barrel Races (BBR) World Finals rodeo being held at the fairgrounds was delayed due to power outages and damage.

A tornado was confirmed to have touched down in Cameron, Oklahoma, on Saturday morning. Cameron is about three hours east of Oklahoma City, closer to the Arkansas border. Credit: Instagram/andrewsquarterhorses via Storyful

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