SULPHUR, Okla. (KTEN) — A mobile Wi-Fi hub traveled more than 50 miles to Sulphur to help keep residents connected after Saturday's devastating storm.

Parker Memorial Library is located near the damaged area, leaving it temporarily closed during cleanup. That means there is no access to free internet.

But with the help of Pioneer Library in Norman, a mobile Wi-Fi hub made its way to Sulphur, equipped with internet, laptops and printing services.

"We have free guides on how to fix your water-damaged items — like papers, books, an old wedding dress — your sentimental stuff," said Parker Library branch manager Jennifer Lindsey. "Our main mission is to provide resources for the community, and this week these are the resources we need."

Recovery efforts continue throughout the city, but it's going to be a long road ahead.

"It's kind of hard to deal with when you see everything that you worked for just in 30 seconds or less just go up," said Paul London, whose property was damaged by the tornado. "But it's okay, because something good will come out of this, and really, my heat is with those people what were affected worse than we were."

London moved to Sulphur just three years ago, opening a bed and breakfast. He remains optimistic about what comes next.

"It's a strong little community, and it's a beautiful place — not to look at right now, but it will be again — and it will be bigger and better," he said.