A Tulsa amusement park is bouncing back after being silenced for 20 days. The rides at Bell's Amusement Park start up again today.
Bells was forced to close earlier this month, after a microburst caused significant damage. After some serious clean-up, state inspectors have given the park the okay to reopen.
Park owner Robby Bell says his team has gone over the park with a fine-tooth comb. "My sons ride this equipment more than anybody else in the whole wide world cause they can ride it for free. And so I'm gonna make sure its safe for them and itâ€™s gonna be safe for everybody."
Bell's historic Ferris wheel is still in pieces. Everything else will be up and running starting at 6 PM.