OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma's insurance commissioner has released a guide to debris removal for insured and non-insured victims of the May 20 tornado in Moore.
Commissioner John Doak says insured residents have three choices for debris removal. They can move debris to the curb, where Moore crews will pick it up for free; hire a private contractor to do the demolition and either pay them directly or have the insurance company write the contractor a check; or sign a form with the city to allow crews onto the property to handle the demolition and pick-up.
He says uninsured victims can either do the demolition themselves and have debris removed by crews for free or fill out the same form with the city to allow crews onto the property to do the work.
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