Public safety personnel will continue to work through the night to assess damages from the tornado that touched down in north Tulsa on March 30, 2016.
Tulsa Area Red Cross is expected to setup a comfort station at 110 W. 56th St. North, to receive individuals seeking shelter after 12:30 a.m., March 31.
There are reports of isolated damages near 36th Street North and Hartford, but most damages in the 46th Street North Corridor have been minimal.
Structural assessments will begin tomorrow morning by City of Tulsa building inspectors. Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett will personally view the damage tomorrow morning, March 31 at 9:30 a.m. and will meet public safety personnel at the media staging area at 36th Street North and Hartford.
PSO has been restoring power to Tulsa homes and facilities throughout the night and 3,745 customers are without power currently. Power was restored to the City of Tulsa's Northside Wastewater Treatment Plant. PSO urges citizens to stay away from downed power lines as lines could be live. Citizens can report downed lines to PSO, (888) 218-3919.
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