Cleanup continues in Tulsa after storms roll through state
TULSA, Okla.- Officials say it could take more than a month to pick up all of the debris from last week’s violent storms.
After assessing the severity of all the downed trees, they expect the cleanup will take three weeks to a month to complete.
According to officials, more than 120 workers cleared tree and limb debris along the outer edges of town on Monday.
They will work toward the center of Tulsa, which was the hardest hit area.
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