Cleanup Continues At Remington Tower Nearly 2 Weeks After Tornado
TULSA, Oklahoma - After nearly two weeks since an EF2 tornado hit Tulsa, crews continue to clean up the glass on the side of the Remington Tower.
Saturday is the final day for those who work there to get their belongings out of the building.
Since Thursday, tenants have been going in to get their personal items from their offices.
News On 6 has been told they can get small items, no furniture, and that people need to show up at the time they were assigned, otherwise they will be turned away.
Since the tornado ripped through Tulsa, the nearly 200 businesses inside haven't been able to work, but one woman has turned her building into a free work space.
Jessica Dyer is a small business owner working to turn an old college building into a pediatric therapy center.
Some of the businesses are using that space to keep working.