Cleveland County residents confused by strange smell in the air

Cleveland County residents are troubled by the strange smell in the air. A strange smell took over the subway when many people came out of their homes in a strange smell. Cleveland County officials spend much of the day tracking down the source of the smell. The town still doesn’t know where the smell is coming from, but they’re not giving up. Currently, it doesn’t smell, but several people told KOCO 5 that the smell was horrible. “It was a very curious smell. It was in no way alarming or threatening,” said Jerry Lawson, who smelled the scent. Lawson said he smelled strange. “It smelled very unique and like the original. It wasn’t something I could really describe but it didn’t taste good,” Lawson said. He wasn’t the only one in town inundated with “When we first got the calls it was really from the North Normandy area they seemed to be coming from and then it kind of branched out and we were getting them from various parts of the community,” said Tiffany Vrska, Chief Communications Officer. Officer of the town of Norman. So the city investigated. “We were trying to figure out what it was. We had boots on the ground trying to investigate and go to all these areas where we got calls and answers,” Vrska They checked the sewer lines and sewage lifting stations. “There really hasn’t been any finds, so we’re continuing to search, exhausting all avenues,” Vrska said. They still don’t know where it came from, but said they would continue to investigate if they heard of any further concerns.

Cleveland County residents are disturbed by the strange smell in the air.

A strange smell took hold of the subway when many people came out of their homes in a strange smell. Cleveland County officials spend much of the day tracking down the source of the smell.

The town still doesn’t know where the smell is coming from, but they’re not giving up. Currently it doesn’t smell but several people have told KOCO 5 that the smell is horrible.

“It was a very curious smell. It was in no way alarming or threatening,” said Jerry Lawson, who smelled the scent.

Lawson said he smelled a strange smell.

“It smelled very unique and like the original. It wasn’t something I could really describe, but it didn’t taste good,” Lawson said.

He wasn’t the only one in town inundated with calls.

“When we first got the calls it was really the North Normandy area where they seemed to come from, and then it kind of branched out and we were getting them from various parts of the community,” said declared Tiffany Vrska, director of communication at the Normandy city.

So the city investigated.

“We were trying to figure out what it was. We had boots on the ground trying to investigate and go to all these areas where we got calls and responses from,” Vrska said.

They checked sewer lines and sewage lift stations.

“There really hasn’t been any discovery, so we’re continuing to search, exhausting all avenues,” Vrska said.

The city said the smell lasted about an hour, they believe. They still don’t know where it came from, but said they would continue to investigate if they heard of any further concerns.

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