Hugo city officials urge residents to get debris ready for pick-up

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HUGO, OK-- Hugo city officials are asking residents for help in removing storm debris.

You're urged to cut downed tree limbs no more than six feet in length, and stack the wood parallel to the street so grapple trucks can pick it up.

There are about seven chainsaw crews from Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief in Choctaw County helping those who need it.

The debris needs to be in place for pick up as soon as possible but no later than March 30, 2014.