Natural calamities like thunderstorms, tornadoes, and other calamities cause a lot of damage to the properties, lives, and many others as an incident took place in the area of Kellyville which caused a lot of damage in the area. Multiple tornadoes warnings were alerted by the weather department because of the thunderstorm rising from Kellyville through south Tulsa and Broken Arrow.
According to a meteorologist in the Tulsa office, the National Weather Service in Tulsa is receiving some high alert signals of winds which may possibly turn into massive tornadoes damage in Sapulpa and Jenks. The readings were confirming some other massive tornadoes causing damage in Sapulpa and EF-0 tornado damage in Broken Arrow with the speed exceeding 80 mph. When the tornadoes were reported and conveyed to the locals of the Creek County, it was too late for the people to run out and find the shelter in the midnight when the tornado was tracked near Kellyville. The storm took some massive trees, some cars, and power lines.
Downtown Sapulpa experienced a lot of damage as one of the shops in the town named popcorn shop at 12 E. Dewey Ave was totally damaged and it was scheduled to open on June 1 as per its owner, Johnie Brown. There were some citizens who tried to get out of the hot zone as a couple living back street the popcorn shop at the Berryhill Apartments, 14 E. Dewey Ave. Ryan Fielding and Rachel Allen drive through the area to ignore the storm as they also said that the wind was so hard that they were even experiencing problems to open up the car door. They safely made it to a safe shelter where 50 to 60 people were already present. Fielding said, “I was helping a lady down the stairs in there, and we took a pretty good tumble down the stairs.”