Tornado levels Oklahoma marina

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More than 200 boats were damaged Monday in a tornado that leveled a marina in Norman, Okla.

Bob Davis has owned the Little River Marina on Lake Thunderbird for 21 years. He said the marina was worth about $2 million.

"It was a direct hit," he told The Oklahoman newspaper Tuesday morning. "The whole marina is wrapped tight into a cluster. I can't even identify one dock from another."

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