Businesses, Residents Start Salvaging After Tulsa Tornado


TULSA, Okla. — After the storm, comes recovery – which is in full swing in Tulsa after a tornado.

Residents and business owners have made their way in to see what they could salvage.

For some though, it’s nothing.

The head of operations at Vintage Stock, which is headquartered in Joplin, arrived only to find a notice that his building was condemned.

He could not go inside.

But, he said inventory was initially ruined by the rain and the building sprinklers completed the job.

All eight employees at the company have relocated to save their jobs.

“Right now we have them spread there are four other area stores so we have them spread to the stores we will keep them there and find jobs for them to do at those stores.” Steve Wilcox, the business manager, said.
Some business owners are hoping to salvage what they can so they can reopen as soon as possible.

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