After a second round of severe weather hits Oklahoma Friday night, local Red Cross volunteers from the La Crosse area turn their efforts to El Reno after the city was hit by a tornado. El Reno is about 30 minutes away from Oklahoma city.

Laurie Deflourian of Coon Valley and Shirley Stinson of La Crosse were among the volunteers who helped set up a new shelter in El Reno after reports of a tornado left the area badly damaged.

The local CBS affiliate in Oklahoma City reported at least five tornadoes in the Oklahoma city metro area, including in Moore -- where a deadly tornado struck May 20 killing 24 people.

The tornadoes and severe weather left thousands without power and flooded area streets, homes and businesses.

The Oklahoma Medical Examiner's office has reported 11 people killed, including two kids during the tornado break out.