Cars tornado blew into Moore Medical Center to be removed
MOORE, Okla. – The Moore Medical Center is starting demolition efforts so they can rebuild.
Officials said the dozens of mangled cars still in the parking lot need to be cleared to start the process.
The Norman Regional Health System is asking any car owner who may have been parked at the Moore Medical Center during the May 20 tornado to claim and remove their vehicle.
The Health System also invites any person who is still missing their vehicle and thinks it may have been thrown into the hospital area to take a look in the parking lot.
Owners can pick up and remove cars until 8 p.m. June 12.
Officials said the following morning vehicles will be towed to L&A Wrecker Service, 1315 24th Ave. SW in Norman and an impounding fee will be assessed.
Owners who would like to pick up their vehicles may go to the South gate of the Moore Medical Center site during daylight hours from now until June 12.
NRHS security will be there to help.
For safety, no vehicles will be removed after sundown or before sunup.
Moore Medical Center is located at 700 S. Telephone Road in Moore.
To see if your vehicle may be there, call (405) 307-1482.
They ask all callers to understand many of these vehicles are unrecognizable and said your patience is appreciated.
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