On May 4, a massive tornado swept through Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, destroying the Oklahoma City Steel Structure and injuring more than 100 people.
The damage to the structure was significant, as well.
A tornado in Oklahoma City destroyed a steel structure that was estimated to be worth more than $1.2 billion.
“I have to say, this is a little different than we’ve seen before,” said Dr. Stephen Hsu, the director of the Oklahoma Department of Health and Human Services.
“This is something that is going to be really difficult to recover from.”
“We are going to need the best team of people we’ve ever seen to get this thing fixed,” Hsu added.
“But I can tell you, it’s going to take a lot of time.”
The tornado was a category 2 storm, which means it had winds up to 160 miles per hour and maximum sustained winds of 115 mph.
The tornado came in at a speed of 55 mph, which is more than the fastest recorded tornado in the country.
It was the second-strongest tornado in a month.
The storm came on the heels of another tornado that killed two people and damaged more than 300 homes.
The two tornadoes also caused at least two deaths, including the tornado that hit Oklahoma City.
“The first one hit the house and that destroyed it,” Hsing Hsu said.
But this is still just one of those things that happens once in a while,” Hshou said. “
In terms of damage, the tornado is really serious.
But this is still just one of those things that happens once in a while,” Hshou said.
Hsu says there are many challenges ahead, including rebuilding the damaged steel structure.
“It’s going a little bit slower than we would like, and it’s really important that we have the best infrastructure in the world in place so we can get this done,” he said.
However, there are some encouraging signs.
“We’ve been able to stabilize the structure,” Hsi said.
The structure is not a complete shell, which will require some serious repairs.
“Because we have to be able to take it apart and repair it, we are going into the next phase of rehab,” Hsie said.
Once the structure is repaired, Hsu and the team of experts will work to identify a way to restore power to the entire structure.
The reconstruction process is expected to take at least six months.
The destruction of the steel structure will not be the first time that a tornado has hit Oklahoma.
On May 1, 2010, a tornado ripped through Oklahoma, damaging hundreds of homes and killing four people.
“You can expect the same type of damage to come to other places in Oklahoma, including Tulsa,” Hsou said, adding that the city has not been impacted.
“A tornado has never occurred in Tulsa, so this is not the first one we’ve had in Oklahoma,” Hsup said.
In February of this year, a magnitude 6.0 tornado hit the city of Norman, killing one person and damaging more than 2,200 homes.
It also damaged more people than any tornado in state history.
The most recent tornado in May killed at least five people and injured more than 400 others.
“If we don’t do our best, it is going the same way,” Hsung Hsu warned.