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Crews Start Picking Up Tornado Debris From North Tulsa

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Trucks are picking up wood and other tornado debris in north Tulsa. Trucks are picking up wood and other tornado debris in north Tulsa.
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Tulsa city crews started removing tornado debris from hard hit neighborhoods in Tulsa Tuesday morning.

If you live near 46th Street North, from Main Street to Highway 75 or from 42nd Street North to 49th Street North, you can set debris at the curb for a free pick up.

Debris must be within four feet of the curb and away from fire hydrants, cable boxes, meters and power lines.

Each truck takes about an hour to make a trip to the green waste side after it's filled, so it will take a while to clear the debris.

City crews will also be out next Tuesday. Debris must be within four feet of the curb and away from fire hydrants, cable boxes, meters and power lines.

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