Volunteers Spend Weekend Helping Tulsa Tornado Survivors
TULSA, Oklahoma - Residents from Tulsa to Claremore are continuing to clean-up Saturday after Wednesday's tornadoes.
Many volunteers have been faithful to step up and help them out. Many were out Saturday morning in north Tulsa at 46th Street North and Hartford removing debris and assisting local residents.
Tulsa's Salvation Army brought clean-up kits for the volunteers and residents to use as well as drinks and snacks.
They say they've served nearly 300 meals, 530 drinks and over 1,200 snacks to residents and volunteers working in the damaged areas since Thursday.
The City of Tulsa says it will pick up storm debris for free on April 5 for people who live in the affected areas near and around 46th Street North.