TULSA - Hundreds of people gathered in Downtown Tulsa on Monday night to ring in the new year.
Instead of a crystal ball, a 90-foot crane dropped a signature piece designed especially for the midnight countdown.
The festivities were topped off with fireworks after the countdown.
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