City crews cleaning up storm debris after EF-1 Tornado hit Broken Arrow

BROKEN ARROW, Okla. — Broken Arrow city crews are out Friday morning working to clean up storm debris following Thursday night’s storms.

After the National Weather Service surveyed the damage, they confirmed an EF-1 tornado hit BA last night.

Trees littered neighborhood streets and branches toppled power lines throughout the city.

In Central Park in downtown, a tree was struck by lightning.

A majority of tree damage is near 71st and Lynn Lane.

Jamie Ott, director of emergency management at the City of Broken Arrow said they haven’t had any reports of any structures that are damaged.

Ott said reports of large tree limbs and tree debris is the main concern as the city works to clean up from last night’s storms.