Around 7:45 a.m. on Wednesday, emergency crews were called to the Devon Tower after learning that two people were trapped on a lift.
Local reports say that the window washers were forced to hang on after their rigging became un-secure and high winds knocked them around the side of the building.
Video from the scene shows the scaffold, tethered to a crane, banging against the building.
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Paramedics checked the workers out, CNN affiliate KOCO reported, and they refused treatment.
According to Fulkerson, it is unclear how the lift became stuck, but an investigation is now underway.
The two men were stranded outside the 259-metre skyscraper for under an hour before being pulled to safety.
The corporate offices of the Oklahoma City-based energy company Devon Energy Corp are located in the Devon Tower.