TULSA, Okla. - Crews have crossed the halfway mark nearly a month after massive wind storms tore a path of destruction through Tulsa.
City officials tell KRMG that around 110 "zones" have been cleared with about 75 to go.
Supervisors say that some of the remaining zones are in the hardest-hit areas and contain a lot of debris.
Crews are working 10 hours a day, six days a week.
Streets and Stormwater Director Dan Crossland said after the initial damage survey that it would likely take more than a month to collect the debris city wide.
Crews have collected 41,682 cubic yards of storm debris.
That's enough to cover 160 football fields three feet deep.
Storm debris cleanup crews are moving from the outer limits of the city inward.
Debris collection is tracked on a map at www.cityoftulsa.org/debris.