A volunteer group called the "Chain Gang" helps clean up and clear debris after Monday's tornado outbreak.
OG&E crews work to restore power on 59th Street near Peebly.
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Volunteers are out in full force today helping storm victims clean up debris. One group known as "Chain Gang," is working to help the families that need it the most.
The Oklahoma Southern Baptist Men Chainsaw Gangs have activated and are ready to assist families with debris removal. Their priority on assistance is elderly, handicapped, single mothers and special needs. To contact for assistance call one of the following numbers: 405-443-7583; 405-388-6912 and 405-415-5261.
Volunteers are still needed today to help with tornado cleanup efforts.
Nearly 200 people showed up to help yesterday. Most were sent to S.E. 29th Street between Luther and Dobbs, a hard hit area that depends on county services because it's not part of a city.
The county reports it still needs volunteers. If you want to help, just show up at Oklahoma County's District 2 Barn, 7501 S. Anderson until 5 p.m. tonight.
If you can't volunteer your time, donate money. In fact, the Red Cross is making it easy. Text the words "Red Cross" to 90999 to make a $10 donation to the disaster relief fund. The gift will appear on your phone bill.