Chickasha OK Street closure due to Twisters

Not actual tornados, but the filming of the sequel to the 1996 epic disaster film staring Helen Hunt and Bill Paxton that was filmed primarily in Oklahoma.
 The new film is partially being shot in the area of 17th Street and Minnesota, near the old Wandora building.
 The Chickasha City Council voted to approve the the closure of the intersection on 17th Street at Minnesota Avenue. This closure shall remain in effect from June 6 through July 1, 2023 to allow Dirt Road Films to work safely during that time period.
 The City of Chickasha is a Film Friendly City. This intersection closure is due to a Motion Picture being filmed in the area to help protect their safety and yours as they work according to a post by the Chickasha Police Department. There are multiple ways around this intersection.
 Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment are developing the sequel, “Twisters,” and Warner Bros. Entertainment will be co-financing the film.
 “Twisters” will have viewers chasing the storm again with a screenplay written by “The Revenant” screenwriter Mark L. Smith, according to Universal.
 Jan de Bont directed the original film, which starred Helen Hunt and Bill Paxton, and Stephen Spielberg executive produced. “Twister” was a massive success, selling more than $494 million at box offices worldwide and featuring other cast members like Philip Seymour Hoffman and Todd Field.