TULSA, Okla. — The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum reopened it’s doors to visitors Thursday morning, and the Outdoor Symbolic Memorial reopened later that afternoon.
The Memorial Facilities and Security teams, Museum staff and teams from Professional Tree Care of Edmond and also Oakley’s Inc. completed debris removal following the ice storm.
The historic ice storm, which is the earliest ice storm on record, wreaked havoc in central Oklahoma causing widespread power outages and damage to trees.
The Survivor Tree survived the bomb’s blast on April 19, 1995, and witnessed one of the worst terrorist attacks on American Soil, according to the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum.
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