Tuesday marks the anniversary of a deadly tornado in Oklahoma and also another recent tornado that impacted the area.
Three months ago an EF-1 tornado touched down in Osgood with wind speeds of 90 miles an hour and damaged a home and barn on Finks Road.
It forced a home off of its foundation while the owner and her granddaughter were inside. The two took shelter in an interior room and survived the twister without injury.
On May 20, 2013 a tornado tore through Moore, Oklahoma, reaching wind speeds of 210 miles an hour.
The EF-5 twister claimed the life of 24 people and injured over 300.