If you're wondering how the debris removal process is going so far inside the Springfield city limits, crews have picked up more than 11,932 truck loads of debris so far.
That's more than half a million cubic yards, or enough to fill about 47 football fields with six feet of debris.
The city says about 32-percent of the storm debris has been removed so far.
And in a follow up to a story we first brought you last week, the City of Springfield has announced it will hold off for a week regarding the removal of several trees in the Rountree neighborhood.
Some people living that community were upset the city was planning to cut down the storm-damaged trees that were in the right of way.
The City says it will hire two independent arborists to find out if any of the trees can be saved.
A final decision is expected next week.