Governor Mary Fallin on Monday asked the federal government to extend the major disaster declaration issued on May 20 to include the latest round of tornadoes and flooding that occurred in Oklahoma from May 28 through June 2. The Governor also requested the declaration be amended to include Canadian County, bringing the number of counties included to six. Her office says in Canadian and Oklahoma counties alone, more than 538 homes and businesses were impacted by the May 28-June 2 severe storms. 52 were destroyed. 193 sustained major damage and 159 sustained minor damage.