A mother and her daughter have found new homes in Oklahoma after their home was destroyed by a tornado in the area, authorities said.
The tornado touched down about two miles south of Oklahoma City, and damage was extensive, according to the Oklahoma Department of Natural Resources.
The mother and daughter were among the approximately 5,000 people displaced by the storm and remain in the home with their 4-month-old son, according with the ODRNR.
The family returned to their home Monday, where they have been staying for the past two days, according.
The ODRNS statement said the home had no power and had to be vacated because of the damage.
It said it was the mother’s first time living in Oklahoma since her home was damaged in 2011.
The agency said the storm was the largest storm to hit the state since record-keeping began in 1953.