After a violent storm tore through Sapulpa last night, cleanup began as soon as the sun rose.
For many it may be a long road ahead, but the community is coming together to recover.
The damage in Sapulpa varied block by block, but all signs of a very powerful storm.
Sapulpa neighbors waking up twice, once to the tornado sirens and the storm itself, and again to the damage left behind.
A building, entirely flattened off its foundation, metal ripped off roofs, and trees completely uprooted.
As the neighbors walked outside to take a look at the damage, some got to work right away.
Ron Wood, a Sapulpa native, tells us “6 feet of snow - that’s dramatic, you know, tornadoes is just a super heavy duty thunderstorm. But as long as no one gets killed and nobody gets injured, we keep on going.”
Telephone poles were thrown all over- signs that power might not be restored anytime soon.
But as Oklahomans do, neighbors banded together, doing what they can for now, thankful that they’re all OK.
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