OKLAHOMA CITY (TheBlaze/AP) -- Oklahoma authorities now say 13 people are dead from Friday's tornadoes and flash floods. Another seven people, including five children, are missing.
Derick Holman hugs Charlene Wilford (R) after they spent a long day helping salvage items from a home damaged after a tornado hit on June 1, 2013 in El Reno, Oklahoma. The tornado ripped through the area last night killing at least nine people, injuring many others and destroying homes and buildings. (Credit: Getty Images)
The Oklahoma Medical Examiner's Office added a total of four victims on Sunday to the list of the dead. Among those killed in the storms are four children and nine adults.
Parts of Oklahoma City experience extreme flooding after multiple tornado's passed through Central Okla. on Friday May 31, 2013 in Oklahoma City. A violent storm formed over the prairie west of Oklahoma City late Friday afternoon, dropped a tornado in a suburb and rolled into the state capital as viewers brave enough to remain above ground watched on statewide television. (Credit: AP)
Medical Examiner's Office Amy Elliott spokeswoman didn't detail circumstances about how the victims died and didn't reply to messages. Names of the dead weren't released but three storm chasers were among those killed in a tornado that went through El Reno.
Kalia Robbins (L) hugs her great uncle Bill Thesing who was injured while in his home when a tornado hit on June 1, 2013 in El Reno, Oklahoma. (Credit: Getty Images)
Searchers were still working Sunday to find seven missing people.
This is a developing story. Updates will be added.