TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) -- The National Weather Service confirms a tornado with "EF2 intensity" struck midtown Tulsa early Sunday morning near 41st and Yale. According to their preliminary local storm report, at 1:18 a.m. tornadic debris signature was observed on radar between Harvard and Yale. A number of buildings are damaged, including roofs torn off and windows were blown out. Several injuries have been reported but none serious. A spokesperson for Saint Francis says 30 people came in and most were treated and released with minor injuries and cuts. Three patients arrived at St. John Hospital. Governor Mary Fallin's office released a statement saying she's in contact with the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management and Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum's office. The governor is receiving updates on damage assessments, and "asks fellow Oklahomans to join her in keeping those injured and adversely affected by the storm in our thoughts and prayers."