Residents around the 81st and Lewis area couldn't believe the winds power and the storm damage that came.
"It's something I have never seen before," says Heather Sutherland.
Sutherland works at apartments located at 73rd and Lewis and they lost part of a roof to a building. She says the rain started coming down so fast.
"All of a sudden out of no where it started coming down raining it sounded awful loud," says Sutherland.
There are all kinds of trees up rooted from the ground. Several are on top of cars. Fences comes down on cars. Residents couldn't believe the high winds.
"Seeing all that wind out there. That wind literally it got me really concerned," says Johnny Braggs.
The Braggs even went into the bathroom to be safe because they couldn't believe the sites outside.
"We were sitting in the living room and first started hearing like little sprinkles and I thought it was hailing but before we could think about that my husband looked out back and said the wind in the backyard is picking up," says Winifred Braggs.
But the worst part is all these residents are without power.
"Just got groceries yesterday too. That makes it worse," says Shane Hughes.
The Tulsa Fire Department says they have no reports of injuries. But they have some advice for people that are trying to get to this area.
"You need to stay out of the area," says Stan May with the Tulsa Fire Department.
Everyone is hopeful the electricity will come back on but no one knows when.
"I don't know we wait and see what happens," says Amber Clary.
PSO does report they should have all power up by Saturday morning.
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