Okla. Insurance Dept. helping Oklahomans in long-term recovery

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MOORE, Okla. - It has been nearly 90 days since Mother Nature tore through several Oklahoma towns leaving large-scale destruction in her path.

Contractors rounded up to 120,000 tons on debris in just eight weeks. Insurance Dept

All that storm debris could fill a football stadium and be nearly as tall as the Devon Energy Tower.

The focus has now shifted recovery mode, and more help is on the way for storm victims.

Kelly Collins with the Oklahoma Insurance Department joined us to talk about The Recovery Round Up at Southmoore High School.

The free event is Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon.